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How are we preparing our children and teens for healthy relationships?

Modeling healthy relationships is a great way we teach these behaviors. However, some teens fall victim to dating violence regardless of the relationships they see at home.

Young people need to learn how to have healthy relationships. This involves skills like honesty, mutual respect, peaceful and direct communication, establishing boundaries, and empathy. It also means being able to recognize red flags or warning signs of potentially abusive behavior.

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