Relationship Education in Emerging Adulthood. Miranda Doremus-Reznor. What is Relationship Education?. How would you describe a healthy relationship? What are some key components that make up a healthy romantic relationship?
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How would you describe a healthy relationship? What are some key components that make up a healthy romantic relationship?
From peers? Family? Was the information/advice given to you reliable?
Do you think relationship education necessary? Why or why not?
Thinking back, is there any advice or tips you wish you would have had going into your first serious relationship? Or advice you would give to a friend or sibling getting into their first serious relationship?
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