Imagine your life without isolation, violence, abuse, and fear.
Imagine being able to live and love with respect and joy.
Elementary education is a tremendous boon to helping young people stem the cycle of violence as it plays out in various parts of their personal lives.
The following questions should help you to identify the signs of an abusive relationship.
Imagine our community without isolation, violence, abuse, and fear.
We believe we can—and must—work together to change attitudes, save lives, and end abuse.
The crowd gathered around the Gansevoort Park Hotel’s swanky rooftop bar has been invited to “Join Manhattan’s most beautiful young professionals for a one evening only art and jazz event,” but it’s clear that most attendees care more about the beautiful young professionals than the art or jazz.
Erika Gershowitz, a peppy 25-year-old with long brown hair that hangs over one shoulder, is doing the same thing as everyone else—scoping the crowd for attractive singles—but she’s doing it a bit more overtly.“I have the weirdest question,” she says as she taps the hand of a young Indian woman wearing a black leather moto jacket. “I’m a matchmaker.”It’s a spiel she’s given innumerable times since she started her job with a company called Three Day Rule in May of last year.
Matchmaking may seem like an odd profession for a millennial, but Three Day Rule has six locations and 19 matchmakers like Gershowitz.
We know that strategies that promote healthy behaviors in relationships are important.
Programs that teach young people skills for dating can prevent violence.