Relationship Relief

Relationships Matter Now More Than Ever!

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In response to STAY-at-HOME we are
offering a free download of the book,
Healthy Relationships 101

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Our Mission

We work with teachers, parents, and students to implement essential relationship skills as a key component of the learning process. Through relationship education, we support schools, families, and organizations to build and maintain fulfilling and thriving relationships. Healthy relationships allow us to cultivate and sustain positive behavioral, academic, and life outcomes.


 

The Missing Component

in Our Educational Process

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What is Relationship Education?

The Relationship Foundation’s curriculum and workshops provide students, teachers, and organizations with tools that support relationships that thrive and flourish. Our work is grounded in Marshall Rosenberg's Nonviolent Communication, a skillset that cultivates the practice of articulating needs and feelings without blame and judgment,  and listening empathically. This fosters greater critical thinking, empathy, and respect which creates a more supportive and resilient school.   
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Empathy

Empathy is an art – the art of listening. We all want to be received. A simple “I hear you” or “Tell me more” opens the possibility for greater connection and harmony.
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Trauma-Sensitive School Approach

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) have lasting emotional and health consequences for children. that can last into adulthood. The Trauma-Informed School approach creates an atmosphere of emotional and physical safety that mitigates the effects of ACEs. The Relationship Foundation introduces the Trauma-Informed School approach, focusing on Relationship Education as an essential component of building resilience.
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“I used to think love, respect and trust was all that’s needed but no, acceptance, responsibility, and communication are also required to be in a fulfilling relationship with me.”

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— Female 12th grade student

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