“I don’t think she would be in an abusive relationship.” “Parents need to know that there are summits available [like the PADV Teen Summit] where they and their kids can come in and get information,” said Sharon, a parent who took part in the annual PADV summit, mother of Shakire who attends South Gwinnett High.“When are we going to address the importance of teen violence?
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“When they talk to their peers, they may get someone who’s more understanding or just won’t make as big as a deal out of it.” Still, most of the parents I interviewed said they think their teens would tell them if they were in an abusive relationship.
“If my daughter was dating now, I think she would be comfortable telling me if she experienced some type of violence,” said Mr. , a national nonprofit resource aimed at empowering youth to prevent and end dating abuse, 81 percent of parents believe teen dating violence is not an issue, or admit they don’t know it’s an issue, even though “If someone did approach her in a harmful manner, I think she would be comfortable coming to me or her father,” said Brown, but she can’t imagine the situation coming up.
When people don’t know “what” you are, you get your heart broken daily.
KIDADA: Rashida has it harder than I do: She can feel rejection from both parties.