What you should know about Teen Dating Violence


Teen dating violence is a form of intimate partner violence and occurs when two people are in a close relationship. Dating violence can include one, or all of the following: physical, emotional/psychological or sexual abuse...to include stalking.

These behaviors could occur in-person, or electronically (such as repeated texting or posting sexual picture on-line) and have both short-term and long-term impacts.

Among high school students, 21% of females and 10% of males have experienced some form of physical or sexual dating violence.

Teens that have been impacted by dating violence are more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety, use tabacco-drugs-alcohol, exhibit anti-social behaviors and consider suicide.

(Information taken from the CDC - Teen Dating Violence Fact Sheet)

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