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#ThatsNotLove: Helping teens spot signs of relationship abuse
By Kelly Wallace, CNN
(CNN)Looking back, Mattis Collier, now 20 and a junior at the University of South Carolina, can see all the warning signs.
"It was a very quick relationship. I didn't know him very well ... but the jealousy, the rage, all of that stuff came pretty soon after," said Collier about her ex-boyfriend, whom she started dating early in high school.
One Love Foundation Marks Start of “Teen Dating Violence Month” with Digital Campaign Showcasing Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships; NASDAQ Bell Ring
“#ThatsNotLove” Digital Campaign Helps Teens Identify Unhealthy Behavior, Empower Action
One Love Founder Sharon Love to Ring NASDAQ Opening Bell to Honor Her Efforts to Raise Awareness to End Relationship Violence Epidemic That Affects One in Three Women
For Immediate Release – New York, NY, Friday, January 29, 2016 – One Love co-founder Sharon Love will ring the opening bell on Nasdaq today to help mark the start of National Teen Dating Violence Month this February, and to simultaneously launch the second phase of One Love’s year-long digital campaign to educate, empower and activate young people in a movement to end relationship violence.
Regarding Nasdaq’s recognition, One Love Foundation in Honor of Yeardley Love co-founder Sharon Love said; “I am so grateful to Nasdaq for recognizing the importance of our efforts to halt an epidemic that affects one in three women and one in four men in our country, and am honored to ring the bell opening trading today.”
ACC ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH ONE LOVE FOUNDATION
Collaboration honors memory of Virginia student-athlete with quest to end relationship violence
GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – The Atlantic Coast Conference announced today that it has joined in partnership with One Love Foundation in honor of Yeardley Reynolds Love in an effort to end relationship violence by educating, empowering and activating young people in a movement for social change.
One Love with Katie Couric
via Yahoo News with Katie Couric by Brian Prowse-Gany | May 13, 2015
On May 3, 2010, University of Virginia senior Yeardley Love was found beaten to death in her off-campus apartment, the victim of a brutal assault by her former boyfriend. The murder sent shockwaves throughout the campus, and was a wake-up call for the entire country about the horrific nature of relationship violence. Yeardley’s mother, Sharon Love, has since pledged to bring meaning to this devastating loss by starting the One Love Foundation, an organization whose mission is to raise awareness about the consequences of relationship violence.
LESLIE MORGAN STEINER OF ONE LOVE ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
via Comcast Newsmakers | June 23, 2015
“It always starts like a fairy tale. It feels that you’re falling in love … and you have to look very carefully for the warning signs, whether you’re in a destructive relationship or you have a friend or family member who is in one.”
Leslie Morgan Steiner, member of the board of directors of One Love, discusses the prevalence of relationship violence and One Love's work to change the statistics on Comcast Newsmakers.
ONE LOVE FOUNDATION NAMES RECIPIENTS OF THE 2015 YEARDLEY REYNOLDS LOVE UNSUNG HERO AWARDS
via One Love Foundation | May 26, 2015
Baltimore, MD, May 26, 2015 – The One Love Foundation in honor of Yeardley Reynolds Love – a nonprofit aimed at helping to end relationship violence – announced Todd Stewart from Brown University and Katherine McManus from the University of Notre Dame as the recipients of the 2015 Yeardley Reynolds Love Unsung Hero Awards.
HONORING YEARDLEY: ONE LOVE WORKS TO END DATING VIOLENCE
via NO MORE by NO MORE Staff | May 7, 2015
It has been five years since University of Virginia lacrosse player Yeardley Love was brutally killed by her ex-boyfriend, George Huguely V, just weeks shy of her graduation. Hugely, at the time also a lacrosse player at the prestigious university, broke down Yeardley’s door just before midnight on March 2, 2010, after a full day of drinking, beat and shook Yeardley, and then left her to die.
YEARDLEY LOVE MURDER: HOW HER FAMILY IS COPING 5 YEARS LATER
via People by Jeff Truesdell | May 7, 2015
Five years after University of Virginia lacrosse player Yeardley Love was beaten to death by an ex-boyfriend, athletes too young to have played alongside her sat in the team's locker room pondering her mother's message about steps that might have prevented Yeardley's murder – and how to protect themselves and their friends.