Prevention of dating violence
Dating and domestic violence can also include sexual violence or stalking.
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Dating or domestic violence, also known as intimate partner violence, is a pattern of ongoing power and control by one dating partner over another.
ED, its federal partners, and a growing number of schools nationwide are committed to increasing awareness of teen dating violence by educating the public about healthy relationships.This training will take approximately 60 minutes to complete.When this training refers to teens, we mean young people from pre-teen (11) throughout adolescence (to early 20s).Some warning signs to watch out for include increased levels of aggression, isolation from family and friends, and erratic mood swings.If you suspect a teen is experiencing an abusive relationship or are unsure of the warning signs, the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline will offer immediate and confidential support.