Share your thoughts and what you’ve learned about teen dating violence with everyone you know by posting on social media using the hashtags: Questions will be up every Monday during the month of February. Wear Orange Day is a national day of awareness where we encourage everyone to wear orange in honor of Teen DV Month.Look for the answers to the poll every Friday right here on our website. You can wear orange shirts, nail polish, ribbons, jewelry, shoes or anything else you can think of!Your hands are made for loving and helping—not hurting the ones you love.Follow loveisrespect on social media for information and updates to share with your friends and family.The month of February is often associated with the heart – it’s home to Valentine’s Day, recognized as American Heart Month, and known as Relationship Wellness Month.But if you don’t know what’s healthy in a relationship, would you be able to recognize what’s unhealthy?
Submit a request for a Proclamation to your local elected officials.We look forward to hearing your reactions and responses! Tell people why you are wearing orange and post pictures and updates on Valentine’s Day may be behind us, but we’d like to remind you that everyone has the right to a healthy and safe relationship free of abuse. Use the following statement on social media or in your PA system at school to let everyone know about definitions, but abuse isn’t one of them!WHEN: Feb.1-Feb 28 WHERE: Healthy Relationship Polls Learn how to get involved and lend a hand to end dating violence! If you or someone you know has a question about a relationship, healthy or unhealthy, visit or text “loveis” to 22522. This observance is a national effort to raise awareness and promote the prevention of teen dating violence.Unfortunately, dating violence is more common than many people realize and starts at much younger ages then we expect.We Choose All of Us believes that we are whole human beings.We believe in our collective humanity and our deep connection to all living things.See our sample proclamation (printer-friendly/pdf). Portions of it can be read aloud on the PA system or during the morning program. School officials can also use it as a template to issue their own proclamation.We Choose All of Us is a middle school and high school campaign to create culture shifts in schools and communities toward a world where everyone is valued, where everyone is safe, and where everyone can thrive.Loveisrespect wants to empower young people to build healthy relationships from the ground up.Your hands are a tool for creation, and they play a role in ending dating abuse.