Dating violence news stories
The statistics are gut-wrenching: 1 in 4 Orange County teens is in an abusive dating relationship, according to Laura's House in Orange County, which provides shelter, counseling and legal services to victims of domestic violence ...
Santana was stabbed at school allegedly at the hands of her ex-boyfriend, Abraham Lopez.
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Because while teen dating violence is an age-old problem, social media and technology have changed what it looks like in 2017.
The data includes physical, mental and emotional abuse.
Kaylah Harris was 18 when she first experienced dating violence.
Tip: when at all possible allow teens to plan and carry out events.
The question is how parents should recognize the signs and not just dismiss it as teen drama.READ MORE: Dating Abuse Statistics"Cell phones are really playing a large part in how teens experience that pattern of control," said Jennine Devenuti, education and prevention manager at YWCA Pierce County.It's common, youth advocates say, for the technology to create a lack of trust between partners, leading to unhealthy dating habits and potential abuse."The partner may be under surveillance, if you will.If one partner says ' Hey, I'm at home with my mom,' the other partner may say ' Send me a picture right now. Let me know where you are.'"Experts call it digital control -- those relationships where one partner demands passwords, reads text messages and expects constant contact with their significant other.The New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence (OPDV) is pleased to offer the following ideas and resources for schools and communities to raise awareness of Teen Dating Violence.