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Teen Dating Violence

High School Human Relationships Class or Health. Discusses what a health relationship should have, and what red flags are in an unhealthy relationship. Defines different types of abuse
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Ms. Toerper

on 5 December 2016

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Transcript of Teen Dating Violence

Teen Dating
Healthy vs Unhealthy Relationships

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
If you need 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
Confide in a support system, and ask for their help.
Write yourself a letter of all the negatives they have done. When you feel like going back to them, reread the letter. TRUST YOUR OWN WORDS!
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