The National Network to End Domestic Violence reports that at least 50 percent of girls and nearly 40 percent of boys will experience physical violence in their dating relationships by the time they are 15 years old. It is important to recognize that this is not always in the form of a punch; it can include grabbing someone, using parts of the body to block someone’s path, and squeezing someone’s hand when the wrong thing is stated. This does not include those who are suffering from emotional, verbal, psychological, sexual and even financial abuse on a daily basis. What can we do to educate, empower and support healthy relationships in these formative years that would perpetuate patterns later on in life? By normalizing conversations about relationships. In doing so, we can increase our young adults’ ability to communicate in their dating relationships without using violence and identify a relationship that is at high risk for unsafe conflict resolution.