Christmas Relationship Wishlist

I’m sure you made a list of gifts you are hoping to receive this holiday season, but have you thought about a list of things you want and don’t want in a relationship? We challenge you to create your own list using this example as inspiration!

Christmas Wishlist relationship edition: respect, communication, healthy boundaries, has goals, trustworthiness, compassion, loyalty

Success Tip: As much as we like to receive nice gifts, we should want to GIVE nice gifts in return! As you create your relationship list, remember the Golden Rule is to treat others the way you want to be treated!

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School Shoutout!

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“I liked all of the team games and activities where classmates had to work together for a similar goal. I loved talking about how to have healthy relationships and friendships.”

I learned that there are different levels of dating and it is ok to speak up for yourself. Treat others how you want to be treated.”

“I learned that if you don’t set boundaries for yourself then someone will break them.”

Butler High School

“This program had very helpful tips on how to make relationships successful. The grooming tactics were helpful to know because it could be happening to anybody. I also thought the book will be helpful in the future.”

“This program impacted me to be smarter and to do better as a person and a friend. It taught me how to be in a healthy relationship at a young age, which is helpful.”

“This program impacted me by actually thinking about the choices that I might have to make, how to build healthy relationships, and how to handle emotions, and identify forms of manipulation for present and future use.”