Teen Dating Violence
Teen Dating Violence – What It Looks Like And What We Can Do About It
Teen Dating Violence – What it Looks Like and What We Can Do About
Preventing Teen Dating Violence
This is where some parents can tend to miss the clear signs of teen-dating violence, under no fault of their own. They are looking for the stranger who tries to groom, and infiltrate the safe-space created for the child. What is often the more pressing concern is the people we invite into the safe-spaces.
To be the teen…
“Who would believe them in that aspect of empathy enough to provide the comfort they needed after facing such detrimental levels of trust?”
Teen Dating Violence Awareness: Krista’s Story
With February being Teen Dating Violence Awareness month, BTSADV blogger Krista shares her story of meeting her abuser as a teenager and how it shaped her story for years to come.
Advocating for Teens in a Domestic Violence Relationship
TDV, just like domestic violence, is ruthless, and the road to recovery is often long and uphill. This is why it is an issue that should not be minimized and, instead, should be taken as seriously as intimate partner violence in adults. As seen in the survivor story above, it can affect survivors long after leaving the abusive relationship.
Navigating Safety: Developing a Safety Plan with Teens
Like domestic violence, teen dating violence is controlling behavior. According to DoSomething.org, violent behavior
Talking with Teens About Consent
By Jenn Rockefeller A teenager’s world is ever-changing. They face pressures that adults likely
“They’re Just Kids:” The Dangers of Minimizing Teen Dating Violence
By Chyna Snell Abuse in intimate relationships does not discriminate by age. High school
Talking About Healthy Relationships with Your Teen
“Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an