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For Teens

Are You In A Difficult Relationship? Check Out The Signs & What To Do

Red Flags

  • Excessive jealousy or insecurity

  • Invasions of your privacy

  • Unexpected bouts of anger or rage

  • Unusual moodiness

  • Pressuring a partner into unwanted sexual activity

  • Blaming you for problems in the relationship and not taking any responsibility for the same

  • Controlling tendencies

  • Explosive temper

  • Preventing you from going out with or talking to other people

  • Constantly monitoring your whereabouts and checking in to see what you are doing and who you are with

  • Falsely accusing you of things

  • Vandalizing or ruining your personal property

  • Taunting or bullying

  • Threatening or causing physical violence

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What To Do

  • Know it is not your fault

  • Relationships can be hard

  • Reach out to a friend or trusted adult

  • It may be hard at first, but will be worth it!


Let Us Help You!

  • You can talk, text or chat with an advocate 24/7.

  • The conversation is completely confidential.

  • Your advocate can help you talk through what you are experiencing.

  • Most importantly, they will listen.

All services are free, confidential and non-discriminatory.

Resources For Teens & Young Adults


This is the ultimate dating abuse and healthy relationship resource for teens. Get information, counseling and support for dating violence and dating questions 24/7.

Break the Cycle inspires and supports young people in building a culture of healthy relationships. They’re guided by their Let's Be Real movement of enthusiastic, committed young people located nationally taking action to ending dating abuse.



Ever felt so down you couldn’t concentrate in school or enjoy social activities with your friends? If so, you are not alone!  All of us have the power to take control of our emotional health in order to improve our moods and get the most out of life.  


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A national movement by young people for young people about relationships. Let's Be Real  provides you with online and in-person opportunities to have real conversations about your experiences, tap into your creativity, and apply your individual gifts and talents towards building a culture without abuse.

The national Suicide Prevention Lifeline have resources for youth and teens. Their counselors are ready to help.

The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning youth.


CALL: 1- (866) 488-7386

TEXT: Text START to 678-678

CHAT: and click CHAT

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