Are You Abused?
Are You Abusive?
What is Stalking?
Cycle of Violence
Escalation of Violence
Power & Control
Why Victims Stay
What to Consider First
Teen Dating Violence
Impact on Children
Stages of Leaving
1 in 3 teenagers has experienced violence in a dating relationship.
In dating violence, one partner tries to maintain power and control over the other through abuse.
Dating violence can take many forms including psychological and emotional abuse, physical abuse and sexual abuse.
Teen dating violence most often takes place in the home of one of the partners.
Both male and female adolescents can be violent with each other in a dating relationship
Most teens feel it is better to have an abusive partner than no partner at all.
A recent national survey found that 1 in 11 high-school students said they had been hit, slapped, or physically abused in the past year.
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