Classroom activities about dating violence
Sexual abuse is when one person forces another to engage in a sexual activity or sexual touching.
It is abuse when there is one person in a dating relationship who does not consent, or is too young to consent (Department of Justice).
Today, she got her mark back for last week's math test, and she didn't do well.
After a bad day, she normally talks to Adam, but she hesitates to call him, wondering if he will even answer.
If someone seems to be withdrawing from his or her usual activities or has odd explanations for injuries, there may be underlying physical violence.
It's important to remember that both men and women can be victims of dating violence.
He wants her to keep everything they say private because it's no one else's business.
When he does miss one of Jessica's events, she ignores him for a couple of days.Both boys and girls are victims, but boys and girls abuse their partners in different ways.Girls are more likely to yell, threaten to hurt themselves and pinch, slap, scratch or kick.Harassment is when someone does something repeatedly over time that causes the victim to fear for their safety.No physical injury needs to occur for something to be considered harassment.
He nervously laughs and responds that he just banged on the door frame at his grandparent's house.