How can you tell if your child is in an unhealthy or abusive relationship? Sometimes it can be difficult to tell what behavior is just unhealthy from behavior that is abusive.
Today, take time to reflect on the different people in your life and your relationships with them. Are you being an active participant in all of your relationships?
The Hotline is excited to announce its recent $200,000 gift from the Avon Foundation for Women in support of The Hotline’s efforts to answer calls from domestic violence victims, friends and family members.
Our talented guest writer, Sarah Tuttle-Singer, shares with her daughter the lessons she learned through leaving a terrifying relationship.
On January 31st, President Barack Obama made a direct address, endorsing February as National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month.
On January 31st, we participated in another important Twitter Chat with our friends from the Verizon Foundation, as a part of the Foundation’s Your Voice Counts campaign.
NDVH announces that it expects to reach a critical milestone nearly one year earlier than expected – answering three million calls since the hotline’s inception in 1996.
Healthy relationships allow both partners to feel supported and connected but still feel independent. Check out these signs of a healthy relationship.
We at The Hotline want to recognize the special holiday campaign led by Limited Brands called The Giving Tree.
We participated in a Twit Chat with Loop 21 about the reasons a man or woman might stay in an abusive relationship.