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Healthy Relationship
Provided by the Partnership 4 Safety
A Program of The Arc of Spokane
Healthy Relationships Workbook
Created by Theresa Fears MSW
The Partnership 4 Safety Program
The Arc of Spokane
May 2013
The purpose of this workbook is to assist a person with an
intellectual or developmental disability to learn about healthy
relationships, to identify and recognize abuse and to know
who to contact for help.
The workbook is written in plain English for people with IDD,
high school age and beyond. It has one subject per page with
large black and white illustrations suitable for coloring. The
coloring page format was deliberately chosen to increase
reader connection with the material.
It will be most effective if the person using the workbook has
someone available to answer questions about the material
that might arise.
The Healthy Relationship Workbook is available at:
www.arc-spokane.org under the Partnership 4 Safety link.
This workbook was funded through a grant from the
Washington State Office of Crime Victim's Advocacy
Healthy Relationships
This is your Healthy Relationships workbook.
This book is to help you to choose healthy relationships!
It is easy to read so that many people can use it.
It has coloring sheets because many people like to color
when they are learning.
This workbook has pages on:
- Personal rules
- Different types of Relationships
- Healthy Friendships
- Healthy Dating
- Consent
- Am I ready for a sexual relationship worksheet
- Relationship safety
- Phone safety
- Facebook safety
- Unhealthy relationships
- Different types of abuse
- What to do if you are being abused
Enjoy using your Healthy Relationships workbook!
BF/GF means Boy Friend or Girl Friend

How do we learn to have healthy relationships?Tip 4: Learn to give and take in your relationshipRecognize what’s important to your partner. Knowing what is truly important to your partner can go a long way towards building goodwill and an atmosphere of compromise.Don’t make “winning” your goal. ...Learn how to respectfully resolve conflict. ...