Dating violence wheel
About one in ten teen couples is affected by dating violence.
Questions to ask in identifying abusive behavior: Are you unable to disagree with him/her?
Make posters or hold events during Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month in February.
Produce plays in your Drama Program that address dating violence or domestic violence.
Please note that experiences of individual victims will vary from case to case.
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Things to do when ending an abusive relationship Keep a dated record of the abuse.
Do not meet your partner alone, or let them into your house or car while you are along.
Have you been held down, shoved, pushed, hit, kicked, or had things thrown at you by your partner?
Don’t give your friend and ultimatum: your friendship or their partner.
They need your support regardless of their decision. Things You Can Do Do Create Change Start a peer education group about violence in relationships.
’ Does your partner make your choose between him/her or family and friends?
Has your partner forced or intimidated you into having sex?How to help a friend who may be in an abusive relationship: Talk to your friend and be non-judgemental when talking about the abuse. Let them know that violence under any circumstance is not okay. They may not be able to see their abilities because of the abuse.