Cycle of dating violence
Dating violence includes: Digital abuse is a type of abuse that uses technology, especially texting or social media.
Digital abuse is more common among younger adults, but it can happen to anyone who uses technology, such as smartphones or computers.
Some victims report that they never experience an apologetic or loving abuser, but simply see a decrease in tension before the start of a new cycle.
As the cycle starts, the victim starts going in and out of the relationship.
Laura’s Card is a resource card for law enforcement agencies, service providers and victims that includes victims' rights, crisis lines, contacts for shelters and law enforcement and other information.
Participants learn how to teach teens how to identify and avoid dating violence and how to develop healthy relationships to help end the constant cycle of teen dating violence leading to domestic violence.
Through Act 952 of 2015, Arkansas students in grades seven through 12 must receive instruction on dating violence awareness. Participants learn foundational knowledge about dating abuse, methods for intervention and instruction on how to implement a Healthy Relationships 101 session with their students or youth group.
Digital abuse can include: In a healthy relationship, both partners respect relationship boundaries.
You do not have to send any photos that make you uncomfortable.
Dating violence is physical, sexual, emotional, or verbal abuse from a romantic or sexual partner.