Archives for Relationship Rewind

Relationship Rewind 8/16/22: 500 Days of Summer

Host: Alli Williamson (she, hers) Youth Educator and Advocate at NextStep Domestic Violence Project
Helpline: 1(800) 315-5579
Music credit: Brandon Nelson (he, him) local musician donated theme music for the show.

Relationship Rewind: Rewinding relationships in popular media and breaking down behaviors based in power, control, and abuse.

This episode: We’re discussing the 2009 movie 500 Days of Summer
-Unhealthy behaviors in relationships
-How media normalizes these behaviors
-The impacts of these messages about relationships on young people

Guest/s: Celia (she, hers): Local College Student

About the host:

Alli Williamson (she, her) is the youth educator and advocate for NextStep Domestic Violence Project based in Hancock and Washington County, ME. She teaches young people from Kindergarten to College about what power and control looks like in friendships and relationships, what resources are available to support those experiencing this, and how we can work to make our schools and communities safer and more equal spaces where abuse may be less likely to happen.

Relationship Rewind 7/19/22: Fleabag

Host: Alli Williamson (she, hers) Youth Educator and Advocate at NextStep Domestic Violence Project
Helpline: 1(800) 315-5579
Music credit: Brandon Nelson (he, him) local musician donated theme music for the show.

Relationship Rewind: Rewinding relationships in popular media and breaking down behaviors based in power, control, and abuse.

This episode we’re discussing the tv show Fleabag.

-Unhealthy behaviors in relationships
-How media normalizes these behaviors
-The impacts of these messages about relationships on young people

Guest: Nati, Local College Student

About the host:

Alli Williamson (she, her) is the youth educator and advocate for NextStep Domestic Violence Project based in Hancock and Washington County, ME. She teaches young people from Kindergarten to College about what power and control looks like in friendships and relationships, what resources are available to support those experiencing this, and how we can work to make our schools and communities safer and more equal spaces where abuse may be less likely to happen.

Relationship Rewind 6/21/22: The Simpsons

Host: Alli Williamson (she, hers) Youth Educator and Advocate at NextStep Domestic Violence Project
Helpline: 1(800) 315-5579
Music credit: Brandon Nelson (he, him) local musician donated theme music for the show.

Relationship Rewind: Rewinding relationships in popular media and breaking down behaviors based in power, control, and abuse.

On this episode: We talk about power and control in relationships and breaking down the behaviors in the long running show The Simpsons.

-Discussing unhealthy behaviors in relationships
-Discussing how media normalizes these behaviors
-Discussing the impacts of these messages about relationships on young people

Guest: Rowan; Local Middle School Student

About the host:

Alli Williamson (she, her) is the youth educator and advocate for NextStep Domestic Violence Project based in Hancock and Washington County, ME. She teaches young people from Kindergarten to College about what power and control looks like in friendships and relationships, what resources are available to support those experiencing this, and how we can work to make our schools and communities safer and more equal spaces where abuse may be less likely to happen.

Relationship Rewind 5/17/22: Power & Control in Relationships in the Film “Scott Pilgrim vs the World”

Host: Alli Williamson (she, hers) Youth Educator and Advocate at NextStep Domestic Violence Project
Helpline: 1(800) 315-5579
Music credit: Brandon Nelson (he, him) local musician donated theme music for the show.

Relationship Rewind: Rewinding relationships in popular media and breaking down behaviors based in power, control, and abuse.

In this episode, we talk about power and control in relationships and breaking down the behaviors in the 2010 film Scott Pilgrim VS the World.

Key Discussion Points:
1. Unhealthy behaviors in relationships
2. How media normalizes these behaviors
3. The impacts of these messages about relationships on young people

Guest: Kim (she, hers): Local High School Student

About the host:

Alli Williamson (she, her) is the youth educator and advocate for NextStep Domestic Violence Project based in Hancock and Washington County, ME. She teaches young people from Kindergarten to College about what power and control looks like in friendships and relationships, what resources are available to support those experiencing this, and how we can work to make our schools and communities safer and more equal spaces where abuse may be less likely to happen.

DEBUT! Relationship Rewind 4/19/22: “Power & Control in Relationships – Breaking Down the Behaviors in the film “The Kissing Booth.”

Host: Alli Williamson (she, hers) Youth Educator and Advocate at NextStep Domestic Violence Project
Helpline: 1(800) 315-5579
Music credit: Brandon Nelson (he, him) local musician donated theme music for the show.

Join us the third Tuesday of each month from 4:30-5 for Relationship Rewind. A show about rewinding relationships in popular media and breaking down behaviors that are often normalized but are actually based in power, control, and abuse. This Tuesday, we’ll be talking about power and control in relationships and breaking down the behaviors in the 2018 film “The Kissing Booth.”

-Discussing power and control in relationships
-Discussing unhealthy behaviors normalized by media
-Impacts of these messages about relationships on young people

Guests:
Dorathy Martel (she, hers), Executive Director of NextStep Domestic Violence Project Helpline: 1(800) 315-5579
Emma Weiss (they, them) Former Producer of Community Wellness Watch on WERU-FM

About the host:

Alli Williamson (she, her) is the youth educator and advocate for NextStep Domestic Violence Project based in Hancock and Washington County, ME. She teaches young people from Kindergarten to College about what power and control looks like in friendships and relationships, what resources are available to support those experiencing this, and how we can work to make our schools and communities safer and more equal spaces where abuse may be less likely to happen.