How's Your Relationship? Conversation Cards

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No one is too young or too old to think about what a healthy relationship looks like and feels like. These activity cards help users get the conversation started. WCADSV also offers "How's Your Relationship" abusive behavior conversation cards, to help friends and family members of abusers address abusive behavior.

Conversation cards include questions to spark discussions for different age groups, from young children to adults. Topics include friendship, respect, love, and more.

Cards can be used by parents, educators, mentors, and other loved ones to spark conversations around healthy and unhealthy relationships. They are available for purchase from the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence. 

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