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When Sex Gets Real

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Mike recently sat down with Dawn Serra, host of Sex Gets Real and had a frank conversation about about consent, respect, rape, sexual assault, dating, hook-ups, and why married folks in 40 year marriages need consent as much as teens dating for the first time. Sex Gets Real is a podcast dedicated to providing advice on everything from navigating […]

Rewind

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Today The DATE SAFE Project brings you a special poem from an amazing student guest blogger, Marcie Fennell. Her words are powerful  and we think you will agree. Rewind By: Marcie Fennell Rewind the movie back to simpler times. Before my heart was covered in torturous vines. Vines that were carefully woven into my blood vessels […]

It Needs to be more than “That Talk”

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“If you tell your child to go kiss grandma and they say they don’t want to, and you reply ‘but grandma loves you’ – you just taught your child that if you love someone, you owe them intimacy.” This is powerful discussion about raising empowered children. Friends, you’ve heard Mike talk about dating but have […]

Creating Relationships Built on Respect

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Join Maria Reitan, host of “Purse Strings” on Cranberry Radio and Mike Domitrz in this powerful and content rich 30 minute discussion. Mike shares not only the story that became The DATE SAFE Project but amazing “How To” skill sets for building mutually amazing relationships! HIT THE PLAY BUTTON BELOW and listen to this insightful […]

”Can I Kiss You?” LIVE!

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Thanks to everyone getting the word out, with just a couple of weeks on the market, the “Can I Kiss You?” book is starting to take off! The team at The DATE SAFE Project is so grateful for your support! WE are making a difference! Because of you we have achieved not one, not two…but […]

#WeStandUp: Social Workers

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**The following is a Special Guest Blog Post (#WeStandUp): #WeStandUp: Social Workers for Survivors of Sexual Assault “The abuse that happened is not the only part of the person…that certainly shapes who they are, but doesn’t define who they are” as said by Josie Torielli, a licensed clinical social worker from the New York City […]