The NACC has been responding to each of these posts with follow-up articles that extend the conversation.
Last week, the NCJFCJ published their fifth and final article in the series, “System Barriers Facing Teen Dating Violence Survivors.” This post, written by Currey Cook, Senior Attorney February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
Remind your teen that he or she deserves a violence free relationship and that abuse is NEVER appropriate and NEVER their fault.
If you think your son or daughter may be controlling, abusive, or violent with his or her partner, tell your child that abuse and violence are NOT acceptable and that violence will not solve problems.
This week’s article in the teen dating violence series from our friends at NCJFCJ concerns “Native Youth and Teen Dating Violence.” I’d love to share a few words of well-informed February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
Throughout the month, the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) will be running a series of blog posts highlighting important issues affecting youth victimized through dating violence.
D., a professor Last week, the NCJFCJ published their third article in the series, “Native Youth and Teen Dating Violence.” Rather than write a follow-up post this week, we’ve chosen to share a piece of insight left in a Facebook comment to the NCJFCJ article.
Welcome to one of the most challenging phases of parenting—adolescence.
It is also important to note that teens may have difficulty recognizing that they are being abused.
, hits shelves in June, and tracks the damaging relationship between a girl hungry for escape from a crappy home life and the boy who seems perfect, but is anything but.
Let him or her know when you truly care for someone you don’t hurt them or try to control them.
Legal Momentum's National Judicial Education Program has created a set of educational materials for judges, courts, court-related professionals, schools, parents, teens, and the community to learn about the dangers and consequences of Teen Dating Violence.
Because there’s another side to love that Valentine’s Day doesn’t really like to get into, isn’t there?