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Teen Dating


We believe that every teenager deserves to be safe, respected, and supported in their relationships. Here, you will find essential information, resources, and tools to navigate these important aspects of your life. By educating yourself and seeking support when needed, you're taking important steps toward building safe and fulfilling relationships.


In a healthy relationship, you...

- Understand consent and boundaries

-Build communication skills and conflict resolution

-Recognize signs of an unhealthy or abusive relationship

-Build self-esteem and set realistic expectations

-Seek help if necessary and support friends in need

Spotlight on Digital Abuse

Digital dating abuse is the use of technology (like texting or social media) to bully, harass, stalk, or intimidate a partner. This behavior is often a form of verbal or emotional abuse, conducted online.

Learn more about how to deal with different forms of abuse, including digital abuse, at

Girl Checking Her Phone

Online Safety

In today's digital age, it is crucial to be aware of potential risks and practice online safety. Focus on staying safe and protected while using the internet and social media platforms with these tips...

- Learn to identify online predators and grooming behaviors

- Protect your personal information and maintain privacy settings

- Recognize cyberbullying and strategies for addressing it

- Practice social media etiquette and responsible online behavior

- Report abusive or threatening online content

Teen Dating Violence Prevention & Resources


Dating violence is more common than you may think, especially among teens and young adults:  1 in 3 U.S. teens will experience physical, sexual, or emotional abuse from someone they’re in a relationship with before they become adults. And nearly half (43%) of U.S. college women report experiencing violent or abusive dating behaviors.

Early Warning Signs

of a Potentially Abusive Partner

Watch the Red Flag Behaviors video series

to learn more about signs that you may have a

potentially abusive partner.

Red Flag - Confusion
Red Flag - Prone To Anger
Red Flag - Intrusive & Controlling
Red Flag - Isolation
Red Flag - Too Much Too Soon
Red Flag - Alcohol & Drugs

Parent & Youth Leader Resources

The primary prevention program at FavorHouse focuses on

preventing teen dating violence by educating teens on

  • setting healthy boundaries

  • red flags of unhealthy relationships

  • respect and healthy relationships

  • and more!

Happy Teens

Teen Dating for Teens

Our primary prevention specialist comes into the classroom to talk to your teens about building healthy relationships and how to recognize unhealthy relationship behaviors.


Teen Dating for Youth Leaders

Learn to identify when teens may be involved in a unhealthy dating relationship. In this training you will learn how to respond and talk to your teens.

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