Signs of abuse in teenage dating
About 9% of teens are the victim of physical violence from a dating partner each year, according to the CDC.
But much of the abuse that goes on between teens may not be physical, says Elizabeth Miller, MD, Ph D, a doctor at the University of Pittsburgh who focuses on teen dating violence.
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For starters, abuse doesn’t just mean hitting or shoving.
Many other behaviors actually count as abuse, some of which may surprise you. And behaviors that many teens think are normal actually aren’t cool at all.
Abusive behavior between teenaged guys and girls is common these days, as Jennifer and several experts told Web MD.
Some guys may have wrong ideas about abuse in relationships.
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