Preventing Teen Dating Violence

Preventing Teen Dating Violence

Teen dating physical violence (TDV) is a kind of intimate partner physical violence. It happens between two different people in a relationship that is close.

TDV includes four kinds of behavior:

  • Assault occurs when someone hurts or attempts to harm somebody by hitting, throwing, or utilizing another kind of real force.
  • Intimate physical physical violence is forcing or wanting to force someone to be a part of an intercourse work, sexual touching, or a non-physical event that is sexuale.g., sexting) if the partner doesn’t or cannot permission.
  • Psychological violence could be the usage of spoken and non-verbal communication with the intent to damage someone else mentally or emotionally and/or exert control of another individual.
  • Stalking is a pattern of duplicated, undesired attention and contact with a partner that creates fear or concern for one’s very own security or perhaps the security of someone near the victim. Weiterlesen