Books on teenage dating violence

Download the “Dating Abuse Affects 1 in 3″ poster here, the “Love Should Be Fun & Exciting” poster here and the orange and pink LOVE posters here.Please download, print and distribute the handouts below and help more people benefit from the information on loveisrespect!A report undertaken by the Queensland Domestic Violence Taskforce 1988 stated that 90 per cent of children present in violent homes had witnessed the violence perpetrated against their mother.In research undertaken by the Australian Institute of Criminology 15 per cent of young people surveyed had experienced domestic violence and 32 per cent of young people knew someone who had experienced domestic violence (Children may be caught in the middle of an assault by accident or because the abuser intends it.If you’re worried about your boyfriend or partner’s behaviour, learn more about the warning signs of domestic violence.Educating yourself about abuse could help you – or someone close to you – stay safe. Physical and sexual abuse are the easiest to spot, since they may leave marks and bruises.Perfect for tabling sessions, they feature a graffiti design that’s really popular.Download the blue bookmark here and the orange and pink ones here.

Teen dating violence is just as serious as adult domestic violence. In adult domestic violence, women are more often the victim.Instead of growing up in an emotionally and physically safe, secure, nurturing and predictable environment, these children are forced to worry about the future; they try to predict when it might happen next and try to protect themselves and their siblings.Often getting through each day is the main objective so there is little time left for fun, relaxation or planning for the future.Download the parent, safety planning and define love (English and Spanish) palm cards.These foldable bookmarks connect young people to loveisrespect and the three ways to connect with our trained advocates — chat, text and phone.

Books on teenage dating violence