Safe dating org
Communication is the most important thing in relationships.
Try submitting your date's phone numbers and email address to Google. Also try using the 'image-lookup-tool' on the Google image tab to see if your date's photos have been posted anywhere (else) online. Always ask "What would the other person say about you?
Has your date's habits, mood or language inexplicably changed? Do background noises match the information you have been told? If you are both on the same wavelength you are less likely to get hurt. Tell someone who you are going to be with, including name & phone number.
Are you becoming more suspicious of something with time; perhaps something just doesn't feel right? Is the household supposed to have children, pets, etc.? Call Directory Assistance and insure that your date's phone number matches the name they gave you... If you are not on the same wavelength, perhaps its best to wait until you are! If it's convenient, notice your date's license plate number and leave the information on your answering machine at home or with a friend.
Safe Smart Dating is an interactive educational program designed to explore gender norms, define healthy relationships and to train participants on how to be active bystanders.
Since its debut in 2013, the program has received a ,000 grant from the Jewish Social Change Matching Fund and the North-American Interfraternity Conference’s Laurel Wreath Award, which is presented to individuals or groups in recognition of their unique programs, community outreach or influence within the fraternal world.
In healthy relationships, you and your friend or the person you’re dating feel good about yourselves and about each other.