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Nothing ever really disappears from the internet – whether it’s a photo, a status update, or a tweet – so it’s important to have regular, open and honest conversations with your kids or students about safe ways to use technology.
Hosted by loveisrespect’s partner Break the Cycle, Respect Week encourages teens and youth leaders to participate in Teen Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month.
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month (TeenDV Month), a national effort to raise awareness about abuse in teen and 20-something relationships and promote programs that prevent it, and YOU have the power to help!
Glamour Magazine Online – When Quasona Cobb appeared in Glamour’s 2011 dating violence report, Tell Somebody, she’d recently broken up with a boyfriend who nearly killed her, and gone to the police. It had taken some badass guts. But even a superhero couldn’t stop what happened next… Read More
Huffington Post – His voice thick with emotion, Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday again toured the National Domestic Violence Hotline he helped create, calling victims of such abuse “prisoners in plain sight.” Read More
Austin-American Statesman Online – Mariska Hargitay, who for 14 years has played New York City sex crimes Detective Olivia Benson on the NBC television drama “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” will join Vice President Joe Biden on his visit to the National Domestic Violence Hotline in Austin on Wednesday, the vice president’s office confirmed […]
U.S. News and World Report Online – Maybe it’s a nearly imperceptible eye roll or a look of disgust intended for only you to see. Perhaps he needles you about falling short in the kitchen or the bedroom or your attempts at humor. And let’s say he raises his voice at you often enough that […]
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