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Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month A great resource for Teens, parents, advocates, faith bases communities, ect..


Most schools do not consider teen dating violence a high-priority issue, according to a new study. Parents sending their children back to school can do so more confidently when informed about what schools are and aren't equipped to handle.


Dating violence often starts with teasing and name calling. These behaviors are often thought to be a “normal” part of a relationship.


Girls are under enormous pressure to start dating, seeing it as a way to validate their self-worth. It is important to build your daughter's self-esteem and body confidence before she enters the arena of teen dating issues. But how? One way is to give her


ACT Against Teen Dating Violence

Speak Out Against Teen Dating Violence [Infographic]