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Healthy Relationships

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Courtney Cottrell

on 29 November 2012

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Transcript of Healthy Relationships

Healthy Relationships Preventing Dating Violence Let's talk about relationships... communication
trust
honesty
equality
personal space
respect
listening Healthy Relationships differences in communication
disrespectful or inconsiderate
struggles with trust
lying
self-entitlement
reduced personal time
pressure to participate in intimate activities before ready
not thinking of consequences of actions or the other person's emotions Unhealthy Relationships hurtful communication
no respect
no trust
accusations
physical and verbal abuse
denies abuse
control
isolation
force Abusive Relationships ONE IS TOO MANY RED FLAGS threats of violence past history of violence physically hurts you extreme jealousy or insecurity isolates you from friends and family controlling TYPES OF ABUSE Emotional Stalking Financial Physical Sexual Digital Verbal checks your texts and emails without permission pressures you for intimacy forcefully "playful" humiliates you or others scares you blames others wants a serious relationship very quickly sudden mood swings angry outbursts Each year, 1.5 million high schoolers in the US are physical abused by someone they're dating You are not alone... Remember that a relationship can still be abusive, even if physical abuse is not involved. There are different types of abuse... NONE of them are okay. http://www.loveisrespect.org/is-this-abuse/power-and-control-wheel 1/3 of US teens are victims of physical, sexual, emotional, or verbal abuse from someone they're dating 10% of high school students have been hit, slapped, or hurt by a boy or girlfriend 25% of high school girls have been physically or sexually abused Girls and young women (16-24 years old) experience the highest rate of partner violence (triple the national average) Violent behavior usually starts between ages 12-18 72% of 8th and 9th graders are dating 1/3 of women will experience some form of sexual violence during their lives Approx. 1 in 8 women will be raped in Utah... less than 10% are reported to the police 86% of victims were assaulted before their 18th birthday Rape is the only category of violent crime in Utah whose rate exceeds the national average What can abuse lead to? Abusive relationships put victims at higher risk for depression, anxiety, drug use, eating disorders, risky sexual behaviors, domestic violence, pregnancy, STIs, suicide, post-traumatic stress disorder Why would someone stay in an abusive relationship? It Goes Both Ways think abuse is normal
fear of being "outed"
embarrassment
low self-esteem
love
social/peer pressure Why not tell an adult? puppy-love phenomena
distrust of police
language barrier / immigration status show caring and affection without having sex or pressuring someone to do something they aren't comfortable with
be supportive, not judgmental
listen
understand that it isn't easy to be abused
let them know they have options
contact the police
try to leave the relationship
use free counseling and support hotlines to get help and learn conflict management skills Apps Against Abuse cultural reasons
pregnancy/parenting
fear
lack of money
no where to go
disability Both girls and boys can be abused by a dating partner and both girls and boys can be abusers. 80% of girls who have been physically abused continue to date their abuser During the past year, almost 10% of students reported being hit, slapped, or physically hurt on purpose by their boyfriend or girlfriend.

Dating violence was more common among black (12.2%) and Hispanic (11.4%) students than white (7.6%) students. DATE RAPE DRUGS INTERNET SAFETY 100,000 children & teens are lured into prostitution / pornography each year in the US

Don't ever go off with strangers, even if they promise food, shelter, love, a ride, or any sort of help

Inappropriate pictures and sexting are NOT okay...avoid pornography and sexting at any cost

Looking at, reading, and listening to pornographic material is very harmful. It is unrealistic, and decreases your ability to stay connected and committed to your significant other. It decreases your feelings about sexuality, and may lead to serious sexual crime.

Never give out information or pictures to strangers online. Be wary of people that seem too interested in your personal life.

FOLLOW YOUR INSTINCTS! Date rape drugs are usually dissolved into a person's drink or food. They make the victim feel sedated, hypnotized, confused, and like they have amnesia.

Date rape drugs let a person abuse, steal from, sexually assault, or rape the victim without resistance.

These drugs are colorless, tasteless, and odorless...they might as well be invisible!

Be careful with food and drinks that could be spiked with these dangerous drugs! Never leave your drink alone or let anyone else hold it. Go to, and leave parties with a group of friends so that everyone can look out for each other. How Can I Help and What Can I Do? Hotlines and Help Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-787-SAFE (7233)
Rape and Sexual Assault: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
Suicide: 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)
Self-Injury: 1-800-DONT-CUT (366-8288)
Online resources: http://loveisrespect.org
Battered Women and Children Shelter: www.cwcic.org
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