Things to Know Before You Say "Go" Small Group/Counseling Pack

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Based on the acclaimed Things to Know Before You Say ‘Go’ question cards for individuals, this Activities Pack expands this material for small group settings. The 30 exercises reveal why it’s essential to know ones own values and preferences - as well as those of a potential partner - before intimacy. Teens gain valuable tools for evaluating potential partners, examining past relationships and understanding why a current relationship may (or may not) be working.


Includes 1 set of Question Cards.

Things to Know Before You Say "Go" Small Group/Counseling Pack

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Grades: 8-14
Length: 30 activites (69 pages) plus 1 deck of cards (76 question cards and 192 page explanation book)

Many teens rush into intimate or risky relationships, with little knowledge of their partners or themselves.  These 30 small group activities help them discover what information is missing, and why it matters. 

Based on the original Things to Know question cards for individuals, the Activities Book expands this material for small group settings

The 30 activities integrate the question cards with group discussions, games, brainstorming, and individual exercises.  Some of the topics include:

  • How relationships develop - different stages of relationships, the importance of pacing, why timing matters.
  • The emotional power of relationships. Positive and negative consequences of intimacy.
  • Why and what to learn about oneself and potential partners before jumping in.  What different behaviors reveal about a partner. Examining and comparing values, preferences, limits.
  • How to take an active role in creating relationships. Ways to gather and evaluate information. Communication skills. The downside of a passive approach.

When taken together, the activities give teens important, practical tools they can use to:

  • Assess a current relationship
  • Explore their readiness to deepen emotional or sexual involvement.
  • Evaluate a potential partner
  • Understand what went right – or wrong –in a past relationship

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