What does love mean to you?
What do healthy relationships look like to you?
You’ve heard of “red flags” in relationships – indicators that the relationship might be unhealthy – but what about GREEN flags?
At the GSCC we often see relationship curricula and messaging around a crisis lens, and while addressing trauma is so important, we wanted to think more transformatively about relationships and the possibilities for accountability and joy in our communities. We developed the Love Means campaign and the image above to provide some alternative messaging around what our relationships often are and could be.
Check out the resources here for more ideas about structuring healthy relationships based on respect, honesty, and communication.
Inspired by and with permission from TOD@S’ #QTPOCLove campaign (see below for more).
Docs & resources
These are some resources we think can be a good starting point for thinking critically and lovingly about your relationships across the spectrum of family, work, friendship, and sexual and romantic connections.
Please let us know what other documents or tools resonate for you or have helped you think about relationships.
These organizations are doing work around relationships and community health that we think is very important. They help us think transformatively about relationships and taking care of each other in community. Check them out!