If you’re worried that you might be tempted to your ex, schedule activities with friends to keep you busy and have people you can call.
Don’t forget that we’re available at The Hotline, toll free, and 24/7. For your community: February is a great time to give back in some way to your community, because it’s National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month.
For more information on this event, please contact us.
Here in our community, we are hosting a number of opportunities for you to get involved!
February 4th: It’s Time to Talk Day We asked Mayor Greg Fischer to support It’s Time to Talk Day, an annual awareness day that aims to generate conversations about healthy relationships and prevent dating violence and abuse.
Louisville joined the national campaign when Mayor Fischer officially declared February 4th, 2014 “It’s Time to Talk Day” in Louisville, Kentucky!
Practice “active listening” by using clarifying phrases to make sure you know what they are saying. Give yourself the gift of paying a little more attention to #1 today (yes, that’s you! By working on having a strong, healthy relationship with yourself, you’ll be better equipped to thrive in healthy relationships with friends and loved ones.
If you are a survivor of an abusive relationship and today is a difficult time for you, make sure to focus on your well-being and try to steer clear of things that will remind you of an ex, like the place you always went to dinner together, or a song you both loved.