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Interested in Our Curriculum for Teachers?


Incorporated into school curricula, the Healthy Relationships 101 curriculum fosters greater critical thinking, empathy, and respect and, most importantly, plays a key role in bully prevention.


"This work has the potential to be life-altering and it has definitely changed my life." -Teacher, Harlem Children's Zone, New York City


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> Click here for a FREE copy of the Bullying session from our Curriculum.

> Click here to buy the Healthy Relationships 101 Curriculum.


Interested in Our Guidebook for Facilitators?


The Relationship Foundation's Guidebook is being used in domestic violence prevention facilities, mental health clinics, women's centers, drug rehab clinics, and correctional facilities. The guidebook provides tools for developing empathy and effective communication skills that foster strong and supportive relationships with family, friends, and coworkers.


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> Click here for a FREE copy of the Empathy session from our Guidebook.

> Click here to buy the Healthy Relationships 101 Guidebook.


Interested in Our Book?


The Relationship Foundation has published a book that covers many of the subjects in our curriculum and guidebook. The book builds awareness of the challenges we face in all of our relationships: with friends, family, coworkers, and significant others. It offers solutions to creating ease and harmony in all of these relationships.


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> Click here for a FREE sample of the empathy chapter of our book.

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Interested in Us Coming to Your School?


Healthy Relationships 101 teaches students a dynamic set of social

skills that cultivate character development and support thriving and healthy relationships in all areas of students' lives. The semester-long course covers a wide range of topics including:


     • Effective Communication Tools

     • Bullying Prevention

     • Empathy

     • Healthy Boundaries

     • Media Influence on Relationships

     • Identifying and Avoiding Abusive Relationships

     • Communication Technology and Relationships

     • Texting and Interpersonal Communication


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