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Brigid Mc Caw, MD, MPH, medical director of Kaiser Permanente’s Family Violence Prevention Program, says that identifying abusive relationships and talking to teens about the qualities of healthy relationships are key.
“It can be confusing, especially to teens, what constitutes an unhealthy relationship,” said Dr. “Teens may believe that physical violence, like hitting or kicking, is the singular characteristic of abuse, but it is much more complex.” Like domestic violence — which is any physical, emotional or sexual abuse that happens in a personal relationship — teens from all walks of life are susceptible to dating and relationship violence.
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