Relationships & Domestic Violence

All you need is #HealthyLove

Love is a beautiful thing. Love between friends, partners and family members can give our lives meaning and bring us happiness and joy.

But some loving relationships can be toxic, or maybe one person in the relationship gives while the other takes. Relationships can become unhealthy.

That’s why healthy love is so important. Healthy love is equal, it’s about compromise, honesty and respect. It’s more important than chocolates and candy on Valentine’s Day; it’s important every day of the year.

Make a healthy love commitment this year, to anyone you care about. Dedicate one of these e-cards to someone you love by sharing it online and using the hashtag #HealthyLove, then ask them to choose and share their commitment to you.

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To download these cards and many more, visit www.canadianwomen.org.

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