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Valentine's Day Quiz

February 12, 2014 at 4:13 PM

Any Plans for Valentine's Day?

Get quizzed online right here with the Its Not OK Campaign or print  a copy and take the quiz.


Its also a good opportunity to chat with other people about relationships and you can use these suggested messages from Are You OK website

  • NZ has high rates of relationship violence – we all need to help young people to recognise the signs when a relationship is unhealthy.


  • Statistics show that 15-24 year olds in NZ are most at risk of physical, psychological and sexual victimisation from current and ex-partners.


  • In a healthy relationship both people feel safe – no-one deserves to feel frightened or intimidated by someone they are close to.


  • In a healthy relationship both people feel good about themselves.  They can see, talk to and text whoever they want whenever they want.


  • Relationship violence increases in frequency and severity over time.  Get help early – phone the It’s not OK information line on 0800 456 450.


  • Young people learn from adults around them what is OK and what isn’t.  We all have a role to play.

Category: It's not OK