Dating violence resources

She's helped form a national coalition (sponsored in part by Liz Claiborne Inc. Please don't wait until someone you care about is killed.

and Redbook Magazine) to advocate for all middle and high schools to teach a curriculum about preventing dating relationship violence and abuse. What can you do to create a safe environment in case one of them needs help?

Teen Dating Violence is defined as the physical, psychological, emotional or sexual violence within a current of former dating relationship.

Examples of stalking include repeated, uninvited visits to someone’s home, unwanted surveillance, consistent electronic communication, etc.

The effects of teen dating violence can be detrimental to a person’s physical and emotional well-being and ultimately lead to antisocial behaviors and symptoms of depression, anxiety, and substance abuse.

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Users of the Microsoft Edge web browser will not be able to use the “back” button to re-enter the website after hitting the “X” or “Escape” button. by Heather, a loveisrespect Advocate We’ve all seen the movies and heard the songs about whirlwind romances that turn into lifelong soulmates…but unfortunately here at loveisrespect we often hear another tune: one where being swept off your feet leaves you flat on your back.

Consequently, insufficient data and knowledge exist for the development of evidence-based TDV prevention policy, and the efficacy of those policies that have been passed have yet to be rigorously demonstrated.

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