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Teen Dating Violence “The Silent Epidemic” Presented By: John Smith, Suzie Jones, Samantha Robinson Teen Dating Violence “The Silent Epidemic” Presented By: John Smith, Suzie Jones, Samantha Robinson & Christopher Lockhart PERIOD 1 Spring 2011 1

Teen Dating Violence Background information on the topic for your audience (Keep in mind Teen Dating Violence Background information on the topic for your audience (Keep in mind that the “audience” is the Superintendent of a school district and the “purpose” of the presentation is to obtain funding for your project. ) You might choose to use a powerful quote or statistic on this slide. 2

Teen Dating Violence Background information on the topic for your audience (Keep in mind Teen Dating Violence Background information on the topic for your audience (Keep in mind that the “audience” is the Superintendent of a school district and the “purpose” of the presentation is to obtain funding for your project. ) You might choose to use a powerful quote or statistic on this slide. Possible a picture, chart, video clip etc. 3

Why is it important to advocate about teen dating violence? (Insert your health enhancing Why is it important to advocate about teen dating violence? (Insert your health enhancing stand or position. ) Teen dating violence has been on the rise over the past couple of years. One of us has a friend that is in an emotionally abusive relationship and we have been unable to help her realize that she needs to break up with her partner. We want to figure out why teen dating violence is on the rise, why people stay in these relationships, and why the abuser feels the need to treat partners in this way. As a result of this project, we are hoping to bring this issue out into the open and to help students recognize and leave unhealthy relationships. 4

Reasons Teens Stay in Abusive Relationships Being abused in the past According to a Reasons Teens Stay in Abusive Relationships Being abused in the past According to a study conducted by the CT Department of Public Health, “the effects of being abused greatly increase a teen’s chance of getting into an abusive relationship” (Cefrey, 2011). 5

Reasons Teens Stay in Abusive Relationships LOVE Insert quote or statistics to support this Reasons Teens Stay in Abusive Relationships LOVE Insert quote or statistics to support this reason 6

Reasons Teens Stay in Abusive Relationships Think the abuse is going to stop Insert Reasons Teens Stay in Abusive Relationships Think the abuse is going to stop Insert quote, statistics, graph, picture etc. 7

Reasons Teens Abuse Drugs & Alcohol “Dating violence tends to happen more often when Reasons Teens Abuse Drugs & Alcohol “Dating violence tends to happen more often when drugs and alcohol are involved since people are usually more emotional and have a lower level of self-control during such experiences” (Cefrey, 2011). (dosomething. org) 8

Reasons Teens Abuse Media “It is a major concern that violence in the media Reasons Teens Abuse Media “It is a major concern that violence in the media is contributing to the increase in violent behavior among teens” (Cefrey, 2011). (www. kariscandleofhope. org/images/teen) 9

What do we hope to accomplish? • Increase awareness about the epidemic of teen What do we hope to accomplish? • Increase awareness about the epidemic of teen dating violence • Provide resources to assist teens in recognizing and leaving abusive relationships • Help abusers recognize they are being abusive in order to get help 10

Community Group Collaboration We are going to meet with juniors at Simsbury High School Community Group Collaboration We are going to meet with juniors at Simsbury High School during homeroom. During this presentation to the juniors we hope to bring a representative from the Interval House to explain resources that are available in the state of CT. 11

References (Copy and paste your references page here. ) Califano, J. A. , Jr. References (Copy and paste your references page here. ) Califano, J. A. , Jr. (2007, May 28). Wasting the best and brightest. America, 196(19), 16 -18. Retrieved from http: //sks. sirs. com/bin Cefrey, H. (2010). Types of abuse. In Abusive relationships (secs. media violence, the vicious cycle, drugs and alcohol). Retrieved March 3, 2011, from Teen Health & Wellness database. Connolly, J. , & Josephson, W. (2007, December). Aggression in adolescent dating relationships: Predictors and prevention. Prevention Researcher, 14, 3 -5. Retrieved from http: //sks. sirs. com/bin Copeland, L. (2010, August 2). Most teens still driving while distracted. USA Today, pp. A. 7. Retrieved from http: //sks. sirs. com/bin Youth suicide. (2008, August 7). Suicide prevention. Retrieved March 3, 2011, from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website: http: //www. cdc. gov 12