A local organization is helping to make sure it stays sweet and doesn’t go sour. The Alfred Saliba Family Services Center held a workshop today on tips to avoid dating a "jerk or jerkette."
The seminar explained when to notice a relationship has gone sour. Leader, Tommy Davis, says building a solid foundation first is the key to any successful relationship.
"We need to know five things: know, trust, reliance, commit, and touch. And if you use those in that order, then it'll help guide you to a safe way into dating,” explained. Davis.
Davis says partners should also be best friends and in order to keep the flames going, he says make sure all the right relationship skills are there.
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