It's Time To Talk Day 2014

WHY?

Talking about it and raising awareness are the first steps to ending it. That’s what It’s Time To Talk Day is all about.

WHY?

3 in 4 parents have never talked to their children about domestic violence.

WHY?

1 in 3 teens will experience either physical, sexual, verbal abuse or threats from a dating partner.

WHY?

Domestic violence and dating abuse are widely hidden issues.

Pledge to Talk About Dating Violence Learn How

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Join thousands of advocates who support healthy relationships nationwide

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NO MORE Silence. It's Time to Talk.

For almost a decade, It’s Time To Talk Day has brought together parents, survivors, celebrities, non-profit organizations, corporations and journalists to spread the word about domestic and dating violence. This year, we’re encouraging everyone – especially parents and teens – to start talking about what it means to have a healthy relationship.

It’s Time To Talk Day Was February 4, 2014

What's New?

We’re talking more! Join thousands of conversations across the country by participating in an It’s Time To Talk Day Talk-A-Thon. We’ll be hosting these dynamic conversation events, called Talk-A-Thons in cities across the country and you’ll also be able to host your own! We’ll bring all the conversation tools. You bring your voice. The Talk-A-Thon Guide has everything you need to host a Talk-A-Thon.

How Can I Get Involved?

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The History

For almost a decade, It’s Time To Talk Day has brought together parents, survivors, celebrities, non-profit organizations, corporations and journalists to spread the word about domestic and dating violence.

Who Has Participated In the Past?

In its 8 year legacy It’s Time To Talk Day has attracted support of an impressive line-up of advocates including the Host of Lifetime’s Project Runway, Tim Gunn, Katie Couric, Judge Jeanine Pirro, Meredith Vieira, co-host of the Today show, CNN Anchor Christi Paul, MSNBC Anchor Tamron Hall, Actors Peter Hermann and Stephanie March and others.