Newspaper article about dating violence
Future research should look at the frequency of violence in teen dating relationships and how that may harm teens’ health, the researchers conclude.
Sarah Van Zanten, 15, was lying on the floor, an ice pack on her aching ribs.
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For boys, about 4% reported experiencing physical violence, 3% experienced sexual violence and 10% experienced any type.Front page is irresponsible & wrong."Sue Baker, director of mental health awareness charity Time to Change wrote “We are still picking up the pieces from terrible headlines 'mad psycho killers' mid to late 90s.Whatever the agenda this coverage harmful.”Alistair Campbell tweeted: “Constant media linkage of violence and mental illness leads to violence against the mentally ill rather than by them.Most of the teens surveyed reported experiencing such violence more than one time.The findings also showed that those who experienced some form of dating violence also had a higher prevalence of other health risks like drinking alcohol, using drugs or thinking about suicide.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study reveal that nearly 21% of female teens who date have experienced some form of violence at the hands of their partner in the last year—and almost half of male students report the same.