Information on teenage dating violence
Template: Close Relationships Teen dating violence is a pattern of controlling behavior by one teenager over another teenager who are in a dating relationship.
Dating violence (or relationship abuse) is a pattern of controlling behavior that someone uses against a girlfriend or boyfriend. Dating violence (or relationship abuse) is a pattern of controlling behavior that someone uses against a girlfriend or boyfriend. id=10434&state_code=PG&open_id=10489&lang=en A restraining order (also known as a protective order, order of protection, or many other names) is a court order requiring that your boyfriend or girlfriend, past or present, stop "abusing" you.
Speak honestly with a school counselor and with your partner.
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The order may also state that your boyfriend or girlfriend cannot contact you, has to stay away from you, and may include many other protections.
The requirements for getting a restraining order, exactly what protections you can get from a restraining order, and how "abuse" is defined are different in each state.
It is what happens in a teen dating relationship when one person uses abuse to gain power and keep control over his or her partner.