This handbook can help parents talk with their teenage sons and daughters about the violence that can occur within a relationship and the confusion and pain it causes. The questions in this handbook provide a framework for one, two or ten conversations and can offer important information and insights into dating abuse. These talks can spark a discussion about preventing abuse and give you a chance to share your beliefs about healthy, non-violent relationships with your child. More importantly, these questions can lead to a conversation about what is happening in your teens relationships and how you can help. No one is better positioned to make a difference in the lives of young people than parents. Your concerns about your child staying clear of abuse, being respectful of others and finding healthy relationships need to be discussed.
Publisher: Liz Claiborne Women's Work
Date Published: 2010+
Grade Level(s): Caregivers, High School, Middle School, Parents
Format(s): Guide, Online Tools, Single Lesson Plan / Activity
Focus: Healthy Relationships, Relationship Abuse / Sexual Assault Prevention