Enjoy spending time with your family. Look for ways you can help at home.
Find ways to work with your family to solve problems. Follow your family’s rules.
Form healthy friendships and find fun, safe things to do with friends.
Set high goals for yourself in school and activities and for your future.
Try to be responsible for your schoolwork and for getting to school or work on time.
Find ways to deal with stress. Talk with your parents or other trusted adults if you need help.
Always talk through problems and never use violence.
If you get angry with someone, walk away if you can.
Call for help if you are in a situation that feels dangerous.
Healthy dating relationships are built on respect, concern, and doing things both of you like to do.
When you’re dating or in a sexual situation, “No” means NO. NO is OK.
Don’t smoke, vape, use drugs, or drink alcohol. Talk with your health care professional if you are worried about alcohol or drug use in your family.