Healthy Relationships
Frequently Asked Questions

16. What do young people say about the program activities?

"We especially liked the anger ice cap. This is very true in our experience, because unwillingness to express our emotions, a symptom of exposure to stereotypes, can lead to extreme frustration and then we find ways to vent our anger, such as punching a wall or somebody else."
—Grade 9 students
Eric Graves Junior High, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

"Before Grade 9 (when he studied Healthy Relationships), I never really told my good buddy a lot of my feelings. Now I talk to him a lot about my grandmother (who recently passed away), and it's good to have another guy's perspective. (The curriculum) kind of makes me feel a little more at ease about talking to him because I know I'm not different than anybody else just because I'm starting to come out and talk like that. Before, I used to feel a little edgy about talking to him."
—Male Grade 10 student
George P. Vanier School, Sackville, Nova Scotia

"A lot of the kids are having trouble lately with drug and alcohol abuse and I think it comes back to points in their lives where they couldn't communicate with people. I think it's important for kids to learn it now rather than when they're 25 and they don't know how to speak to someone about a problem or they don't know how to work on relationships."
—Female Grade 10 student
George P. Vanier School, Sackville, Nova Scotia

What do educators say about the program?

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