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Jennifer*, a junior at Sanderson High School in Raleigh, notes that while it’s not cool to “talk” to more than one person at a time, some people go from one talking “relationship” to another without actually dating anyone, which tends to explain the relatively low numbers of actual couples.

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All adults are encouraged to attend in-person presentations and explore the website. This allows access to the Facilitator Portal, which includes all materials needed to prepare for your presentation: a short training webinar, a Facilitator's Guide, Facilitator's Script, the Power Point presentation and hand-outs and a link to the video.

Start by watching the webinar for an overview and instructions for bringing the workshop to your workplace or community group. The program and materials are offered free of charge. Yes, the in-person workshop – the Facilitator's Guide and Script, Power Point and video -- is available in Spanish.

You can bring it to your workplace as a lunch and learn, a PTA meeting, a coaches' association...anywhere adults gather.

While parents of teens may be particularly interested, many adults interact with teens in different ways (i.e., aunts and uncles, tutors, coaches, neighbors, older siblings, religious leaders) and can all be educated active bystanders. Click on "Learn On Site" and select "Facilitator Registration" to register as a facilitator.

See "Dating Abuse Resources for Adults" for more information on teen dating abuse.

Understanding Dating Abuse Resources for Teens Resources for Adults Who is the program for?

The video has Spanish closed-captioning that you can turn on during viewing.

Tip sheets on the dynamics of abuse and resources for teens and adults are also available in Spanish under "en Espanol." Is there a dating abuse program I can facilitate with teens? JWI has two activity-based workshops that you can facilitate with teens and/or college students: “Yes and Know: Boundaries and Communication for Healthy Relationships” and “Ladies & Gentlemen: Gender, Power and Relationships.” The programs are free and easy to facilitate.

Ed Parrish, a banker and father of four from Graham, has noticed that his 13-year-old son has started asking his older sister if her friend’s younger sister can join her on visits to the Parrish home. Sometimes, his son will go to the movies with guy friends and “meet up” with a group of girls from school, Parrish says.

He feels comfortable with these early forays because “we’ve given him the talk about the need to respect young ladies and what we expect of him.”What to watch for: Cellphones and social media can lay traps for preteens and young teens.

As prom season approaches, it’s easy to conjure romantic thoughts of dating rituals we experienced long ago.

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