Videos

Videos

Spotting the signs of an unhealthy relationship can be difficult. Learn what the warning signs look like in these short videos.

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One Love PSA’s

10 Signs of a Healthy and Unhealthy Relationship

Learn to identify the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships by learning about the 10 signs.

Couplets – Isolation

If you or someone you know is being isolated by a friend or partner, that’s a red flag. These animated characters can help you differentiate between healthy and unhealthy behaviors in both friendships and dating relationships.

Couplets – Obsession

If your partner or friend is showing up uninvited too often, you’re right to feel uncomfortable. These animated characters can help you differentiate between healthy and unhealthy behaviors in both friendships and dating relationships.

Because I love you – Delete

“Because I love you” is a phrase that we’ve probably all heard or said before. This film shows how this seemingly kind phrase can be used as a form of manipulation in an unhealthy relationship.

Because I love you – Deflecting responsibility

This short video focuses on how the phrase “because I love you” can be a tool for deflecting responsibility, as well as the role that alcohol often plays as an excuse for unhealthy or abusive behaviors.

Asterisk - I’m sorry

Read the fine print. If your partner uses phrases like “I love you” or “I’m sorry” to manipulate a situation, #ThatsNotLove.

Asterisk - I love you

When loving phrases are used to control who you talk to and what you do, you should know #ThatsNotLove. If your relationship has negative side effects, it could be unhealthy.

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One Love Campaigns

#LoveIsLearned

We grew up hearing that love is a feeling, but there’s so much we didn’t learn.

The truth is, we can all learn to love better. Start right now with One Love.

The most important gift of all

Everyone deserves healthy relationships. The problem is that while we’ve all felt love, we’re never taught HOW to love. So we set out to surprise people by showing them what it means to #LoveBetter.

Can a chocolate teach you to #LoveBetter?

Give your relationships the most important gift of all by starting a conversation about how to love better.