Teen Dating Violence

951 WordsNov 23, 20124 Pages
Teen dating violence Teen dating violence is becoming a huge issue among schools across the nation. In fact most teens don’t even think their relationships are abusive or they know but they are too scared to do anything about it. Teen dating violence is on the rise. This violence spans across all socioeconomic levels and knows no race. Even famous people can be victims of dating violence. Dating violence is a real issue and needs to be addressed in all schools and workplaces across the nation. Teen dating violence is on the rise and is ultimately one of the biggest issues among teens and adolescents today. Teen dating violence can be defined in many ways it can be anything from a pinch to telling your girlfriend/boyfriend they’re…show more content…
One of my friends was a victim of teen dating violence, he was driving in his car and he had said something that made his girlfriend mad and she started punching him in the face repeatedly and did not stop until his face was beat red and bleeding he had black and blue marks all over his face. Its really sad to hear story’s of some teen that don’t care what happens my friend was driving on a highway je could have turned the wheel and both of them could have died. That’s why teens need to learn that its not healthy and some need to get help. I know another friend that almost got arrested and went to jail because his ex-girlfriend put a TRO (temporary restraining order) and the accusations that were made in the TRO were that he stalked her hit her mentally abused her and raped her all of the allegations she had made were false. Its sad that teens are more and more like adults and have to deal with stuff like this now. Teens should be worrying about their studies and other teenage things not if their boyfriend is going to hurt them or girlfriend is going to get jealous if they’re talking to another girl. Teen violence is one of the biggest issues among teens and it is most defiantly getting worse, young teens are scared to talk to adults so if you see any signs of a distressed teen ask them and maybe make a bonded friendship with them because you could save that child’s life by getting them away from a potentially
Open Document