Talk Now Talk Often AK

Talk Now Talk Often

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Talk Now Talk Often AK is a statewide effort in Alaska that encourages parents/caregivers to engage in ongoing discussions with their teens about healthy relationships. The website offers conversation cards to help parents engage with their teens in four different areas: building trust, peer and dating relationships, taking action/getting help, and technology.

Parents have unique opportunities to connect with teens and foster healthy relationship skills that can be carried into adulthood. The Talk Now Talk Often AK website provides conversation cards to help spark discussions between parents and teens, helpful conversation tips, and links to additional resources for parents.

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Wednesday, 10 October 2018
Moving Traditions founder and CEO Deborah Meyer says the goal is not to tell teens how they should behave, but to give them the space and guidance to arrive at the right answer with their peers. "We help guys uncover the tenderness and the connection and the joy in themselves, as a human being, and develop for themselves a sense of ethics and values and responsibility," Meyer says.
Wednesday, 12 September 2018
Domestic violence impacts millions of people each year, but it can be prevented. It requires the collective voice and power of individuals, families, institutions, and systems – each whose “one thing” adds a valuable and powerful component to transforming our communities.

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