Questions on dating violence
If your teen isn’t ready to openly communicate with you about his or her relationship, let him or her know there are confidential resources and trained individuals available to answer questions and help avoid unhealthy relationships.
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It describes the prevalence and characteristics of these forms of violence; the impact of violence experienced by an intimate partner; the prevalence of these forms of violence experienced as minors; and the health conditions associated with these forms of violence.Let him or her know when you truly care for someone you don’t hurt them or try to control them.Abuse is a choice and there are resources and counselors that can help him or her understand the consequences, the alternatives to violence, and how to stop the abuse.The 95% confidence interval means that we can be 95% confident that the true prevalence is within the interval.Readers are against comparing estimates across states or by sex.
For landline numbers, NISVS employs a list-assisted sampling approach to randomly select telephone numbers from the pool of available telephone numbers; for cellular telephone numbers, all active numbers have a chance to be randomly selected. NISVS uses a dual-frame sampling strategy that includes both landline and cell phones. The overall weighted response rates across three years ranged from 27.5% to 33.6% and cooperation rates ranged from 80.3% to 83.5%.