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Teens, families, organizations, and communities are coming together to make healthy relationships the norm for everyone. You can help. Spread this message!
Respect Can Help Prevent Dating Violence
Dating violence can happen to any teen. Violence is never acceptable. Respect can prevent it from happening at all.
A healthy relationship is built on respect. Communicating and managing uncomfortable emotions like anger and jealousy keep relationships safe and nonviolent.
The Problem to Prevent
Teen dating violence includes physical, sexual, psychological, or emotional violence in a dating relationship, including stalking. It can happen in person, online, and on devices with current or former partners.
CDC's Division of Violence Prevention is committed to stopping violence before it begins.
Learn more: VetoViolence.CDC.gov. Follow: www.Facebook.com/VetoViolence.