Last night’s Law and Order SVU told a familiar story — one of a young pop princess being brutally beaten by her baby-faced singer boyfriend. It was very similar to Rihanna and Chris Brown’s experiences.
As a parent, teaching your child about healthy relationships is a good step to prepare them for the future. It’s never too early to talk about it.
Domestic abuse affects everyone — family, friends, and even the community. Children often are affected if they are living in a space where this is taking place.
Whatever stage you and your teen are going through in discussing and learning about dating violence, there are plenty of resources that can be really helpful.
The Hotline is excited to announce our partnership with Ulla Popken, an online retailer with clothes exclusively designed for the plus-size woman.
As a parent, your instinct is to help your child in whatever way you can. Here are some tips to keep in mind when trying to help a child who is experiencing abuse.
How can you tell if your child is in an unhealthy or abusive relationship? Sometimes it can be difficult to tell what behavior is just unhealthy from behavior that is abusive.
Today, take time to reflect on the different people in your life and your relationships with them. Are you being an active participant in all of your relationships?
The Hotline is excited to announce its recent $200,000 gift from the Avon Foundation for Women in support of The Hotline’s efforts to answer calls from domestic violence victims, friends and family members.
Our talented guest writer, Sarah Tuttle-Singer, shares with her daughter the lessons she learned through leaving a terrifying relationship.