An important part of easing back into face-to-face social interactions is to avoid assumptions about the comfort level of others and aim to ask questions to understand where they may be in the journey of going back to “normal.” What
HRI was an idea that started with Dr. Christine Murray in 2015, became a reality with the support and vision of the Phillips Foundation along with UNC Greensboro and a dedicated team of community-based leaders. Since then, HRI has developed hundreds
Day 5 of Healthy Relationships Week: Helping Teens Become Better Communicators One of the most important skills that adults can teach teenagers is how to communicate effectively. When teenagers know how to communicate their needs and listen to others, it
Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and it’s a perfect excuse to spend some time intentionally connect with a loved one in your life! Whether it’s a romantic partner, child, or parent, taking time to do an activity together can
We’re just three days away from our 5th annual Healthy Relationships Week! We’ve got a full slate of programs and resources to strengthen relationship of all kinds. Check out the flier below and click the link above to learn more!
“Take time to do what makes your soul happy.” – unknown Whatever that looks like for you today, we hope you spend some time doing what makes your soul happy!
The FIFTH Annual Healthy Relationships Week is here! For the fifth consecutive year, the Healthy Relationships Initiative is offering a series of programs, resources, and tips to strengthen relationships of all kinds during the week of Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day
With the start of 2021 around the corner, it’s normal to have New Year’s Resolutions on your mind. While it’s true that New Year’s is a good time to think about healthy changes you’d like to make, there are a
HRI wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and happy holidays!