True stories of dating violence
There are people in this book who share their real life stories and help the readers know that it happens to many people and we should be careful and look out for ourselves.
The book also explains that we need to do what is best for ourselves and if we ever have thoughts of whether or not we are in a violent relationship then we probably are.
Youths report emotional, physical and sexual abuse In 2012, the National Dating Abuse Helpline was contacted 39,938 times.
The 24-hour service is available at at 1-866-331-9474, or by texting "loveis" to 22522.
These past few months I have read a book called Dating Violence; True stories of hurt and hope by John Hicks.
When girls are the aggressors, he says, "it tends to be low-level behaviors, light hitting, name calling, things like that.I think this book was good and it gave me very good information.This book was good and gave good information because if I never read it I would not know what to do if I was in a situation like the one the book explains.I very much recommend this book to people who are in a relationship.It is really helpful because they will know what if right and wrong for them and their partner to do and how to deal with a scary and violent situation.