Teens and Dating Abuse

Teens share their experience with dating abuse. Look out for warning signs and seek help if you or someone you know is currently involved in an abusive relationship.

Could your teen be in an abusive relationship? We look at the warning signs that may be symptomatic of controlling or aggressive behaviour and the ways in which you can support your teen and help them to stay safe.

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  1. Dear teenage girl,

    When you start to become interested in teenage boys, and when they become interested in you, it is important that you be aware of some important facts about them. I hope this letter will help to protect your fragile heart, emotions, and body from getting hurt or being used. It takes a lot of effort, courage, and perhaps even pain, to go against the hyper-sexualized and immoral secular culture of our time, and so much is at stake. It can mean the difference between a life of joy and a life of misery. …
    http://jasbirtsingh.blogspot.ca/2013/12/teenage-boys-cant-be-just-friends-with.html

    1. Hey Eric,

      Thanks for writing. I’m the marketing staff, yet wanted to reach out. If you’re a teen (13-19) – you can search our message boards. If you’d like more support, you can call, text, or email from 6pm-10pm Pacific Time here http://teenlineonline.org/get-help/ Our teens will listen without judgement, nor will they give advice. Instead, they listen to what you have to say and link you with any support that is appropriate to your unique situation. No problem is too big or too small for them, so feel free to reach out.

      Good luck and thanks for writing, Eric!

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