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Fast Facts:
  • 1 in 3 teenagers has experienced violence in a dating relationship.
  • In dating violence, one partner tries to maintain power and control over the other through abuse.
  • Dating violence can take many forms including psychological and emotional abuse, physical abuse and sexual abuse.
  • Teen dating violence most often takes place in the home of one of the partners.
  • Both male and female adolescents can be violent with each other in a dating relationship
  • Most teens feel it is better to have an abusive partner than no partner at all.
  • A recent national survey found that 1 in 11 high-school students said they had been hit, slapped, or physically abused in the past year.

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