National teen dating violence month
Marcus Mc Tear and Ortralla Mosely were once among the most popular kids at Reagan High School in Austin, Texas.He was a football star and she was a beautiful cheerleader with straight ‘A’s.According to researchers at the University of Buffalo research institute on addictions, teen dating Violence isn’t just a teenage problem.Rather, “the risk for aggressive behavior and involvement in dating Violence are related to stressors experienced much earlier in life.” If, between preschool and middle school, a child has an alcoholic or drug addicted parent, they are much more likely to be abusive to partners in future relationships. There could be a number of reasons to explain the relationship between a parent’s addictions and a teen’s behavior.Drugs, Alcohol, and Teen Dating Violence The teenage years are filled with emotion, hormones, and growth.
Teams have a lower tolerance for drugs and alcohol, so the effects are much more dramatic.Cyberbullying also was linked to teen dating violence.Youth who had been cyberbullied were three to four times more likely to be teen dating violence victims than other youth.All teens who are involved in abusive relationships are more likely to abuse prescription opioid medications.Abusing drugs and alcohol won’t just affect a teenager’s relationships. Teens may begin to choose drugs and alcohol over school, friends, sports, and family.