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Teen Dating Violence

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on 14 January 2014

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Transcript of Teen Dating Violence

Teen Dating
Violence By: Danielle Toerper Resources http://www.cbn.com/family/datingsingles/newlife_healthyrelationships.aspx In a HEALTHY relationship: Realization What are some red flags in an unhealthy relationship? http://www.pamf.org/teen/abc/unhealthy/datingviolence.html Abuser Perspective Dating Violence affects people of every gender, race, class, sexual orientation and nationality! Who can this happen to? adolescents in the U.S. is a victim of abuse from a dating partner 1 in 3 http://www.loveisrespect.org/dating-basics/dating-basics Verbal Abuse Emotional Abuse Sexual Abuse Physical Abuse Someone physically hurting you. Even if someone only does it once or doesn't hurt that badly. Hitting Biting Throwing things Grabbing Pushing someone forces you into unwanted sexual activity. Threats Coercion Insulting and humiliating words, with the abuser making fun of or ridiculing their partner. Victims of adolescent dating violence were times more likely to be victimized in college Abuser takes control over their partner's life, often by manipulation. Isolation Jealousy name-calling put-downs criticism lowered grades
low self-esteem
depression
self-doubt
substance abuse
suicidal thoughts, or death angry outbursts demanding Effects on Students What can Teachers do? BE the example!
Get to know your students
Help them FIND resources to get out of an unhealthy relationship. Swearing How do they not see abuse with all these signs? 7,021,836,029 Respect individuality
Maintain relationships with friends
Express yourselves without fear
Trust and honesty
Option of privacy
Respect sexual boundaries
Fight fairly
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