Challenge your friends to learn the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviors by having them decide whether a behavior should be placed under #ThatsLove or #ThatsNotLove.
Sticky notes or tiny sheets of paper. Lots of ‘em.
Other supplies [as needed]. Markers, pens, sharpies, glitter, construction paper, paint, etc. You'll definitely need something for people to write their statements. Otherwise, the world is your oyster with the art supplies you choose to use!
A poster, wall or bulletin. You'll need a place--that's as visible as possible--to place your sticky notes! [Pro tip: If you're doing it in a public space or wall, make sure you get appropriate permission first!]
Friends. Everything is better with 'em! Especially when you're sharing statements of love/what makes a healthy relationship.
Your creative energy. We've give you some tips of the trade and different ways you can run your Stick It to Love campaign, but feel free to make it your own!
You did it! You rock! Now tell us about the impact you made (i.e., where you did it, how many people participated, etc). Don't forget to also share your photos on social using the hashtag #teamonelove or tagging @join1love
Email April at firstname.lastname@example.org with any of your questions.
Spsst,.. we're also here to brainstorm!
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