Product Number : 349657
This card game is designed to facilitate groups or individual sessions aimed at developing skills for healthy relationships and preventing domestic violence. These cards can be used in a variety of creative ways to engage participants in exploring attitudes, beliefs, and values about relationships.
Identify a current or past relationship with a boyfriend/girlfriend or friend. How has this relationship affected your school or work?
Name three different types of relationships you have with different people.
Identify a relationship you are in (can be a boyfriend/girlfriend or friend). Name something about this relationship that is unhealthy.
This card game is also part of the Teen Relationship Workbook and Cards Set.
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