Relationshop publishes educational materials on verbal abuse and good relationships:
booklets, surveys, advice, articles, people skills training, compatibility testing,
and anything else we notice a need for.
Relationshop is non-denominational, non-sectarian, non-partisan, and anti-abuse.
Also, because most abusers refuse to change, we are pro-divorce.
Some people think "teaching civility" means teaching table manners.
Some people think "relationship education" means simply teaching abstinence to teenagers.
Some people think "marriage education" means spreading religious propaganda.
Some people can't see the signs of an abusive relationship until someone gets hit.
Some people think Yahoo Answers (and the other teenage hearsay websites) are a good source of dating advice.
Some people think it's ok to say anything to anyone at any time, as long as yelling and profanity aren't used —
as if those were the only forms (or even the major forms) of verbal abuse.
Isn't it sad that most people's interpersonal education stops there, at the ten-year-old level?
To such people, we say "Welcome to the future of relationship education."