Dating is a rite of passage for teenagers, right? They catch a movie or grab a bite to eat. They make out. It's what they do… most of them, that is. Our daughter is 16 years old, and she has yet to go on a date.Read Full Story
Dating violence can be physical, emotional, psychological or sexual in nature. It can include forceful, abusive acts, as well as threatening and stalking. And unfortunately, dating violence among teens is more common than you might imagine.Read Full Story
Esta Soler, an expert on violence against women and children, founded Futures Without Violence 30 years ago and made it into one of the world’s leading violence prevention agencies. Soler talks with SheKnows about how Futures Without Violence is reaching out to boys in innovative ways.Read Full Story
Most parents aren’t exactly excited by the prospect of their teenager beginning to date. Really, it’s the sort of thing that can keep a mom up at night. However, no matter how much you dread it, at some point, your teenager will want to start dating. What’s a mom to do?Read Full Story
First loves are magical. You enter a whole new world of holding hands, kissing, dating ... and it can also be an intense and emotional time. But with first loves comes the inevitable first breakup. Most first relationships do end, leaving teen girls to deal with a whole new set of emotions, including heartbreak. The good news? There is a silver lining in all of this: The lessons girls can learn from that first breakup.Read Full Story
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