Boundaries can be physical or emotional, and they can range from being loose to rigid, with healthy boundaries often falling somewhere in between.
This article will discuss what healthy boundaries are and how to set them, why healthy boundaries are important for self-care, and how to explain boundaries to adults and children. The purpose of setting a healthy boundary is, of course, to protect and take good care of you” (n.d.).
In 2014 the Center for Healthy Teen Relationships released a model school policy, (Idaho Model Secondary School Policy Adolescent Relationship Abuse and Sexual Assault Prevention and Response) as a tool to help school districts in addressing prevention and response to adolescent relationship abuse and sexual assault.
The Center for Healthy Teen Relationships promotes healthy relationship skills as a way to prevent adolescent relationship abuse and sexual assault by engaging and educating young people, parents/caregivers, and adult influencers, promoting positive social norms, and policy to create sustainability.
The Center for Healthy Teen Relationships empowers and helps young people to build the social emotional skills for healthy relationships based on equality, respect, and trust.
The toolkit will be best delivered within a group setting however can be also used during 1:1 work.
Investing in healthy teen relationships and a future without violence.
This interactive toolkit was designed to teach young people about healthy relationships, choices, and communication.