Teen dating violence and personal stories
4.) Double Standards: When the abuser sets rule for you but does not follow the rules themselves.5.) Name Calling: a form of verbal abuse, abusive or insulting language towards another person.They had legitimate questions that included: Do I have to have sex with my partner? I will kick him out of my house if he withholds sex.She’s not allowed to talk to her friends if I’m not with her.
At the end of the discussion, she spoke to the kids about her life growing up. 16, Victim Witness collaborated with The Warehouse Youth Center for the second-annual #Love Is Respect #Orange4Love Dance.The speaker, Linda Lee, had an interactive discussion with the kids about teen dating violence.The kids learned about healthy and unhealthy relationships, types and signs of abuse, how to help a friend in an abusive relationship, statistics, and resources. We wear orange in honor of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Two out of three teens in an abusive relationship never tell anyone about the abuse.The theme for this year’s dance was “Hands Unite.” During the dance the kids were asked to trace their hand and write “what love is” to them.When the project was complete the banner was given to Molly Gruber to be put on display at The Warehouse Youth Center. 16, Victim Witness collaborated with The Warehouse Youth Center for the second-annual #Love Is Respect #Orange4Love Dance.
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During this relationship the unhealthy patterns I had sworn to steer clear of had become my relationship reality.