Teen Dating Violence
A recent evaluation of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s national program, Start Strong: Building Healthy Teen Relationships, studied the dating relationships of 1400, 11 to 14 year olds. 75% of students surveyed reported having experienced a relationship and 37% of students surveyed reported being a a victim of psychological dating violence within the last 6 months.Thankfully almost three-quarters of the 7th-graders reported that they “sometimes or often talk to their parents about dating and relationships.” This very important parent-child communication is considered to be a protective factor that reduces the risk for teen dating violence.
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