By Bernice Yeung A new survey of Californians' attitudes on domestic violence found that the vast majority of respondents believe that the abuse can happen to anyone, and 66 percent said that they have a friend or family member who has been a victim.
The survey is a rare measure of public attitudes and awareness toward domestic violence among adults in the state.
Knowing or even suspecting that your child is in an unhealthy relationship can be both frustrating and frightening.
Unhealthy relationships can start early and last a lifetime.
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Here are some tips to keep in mind when trying to help a child who is experiencing dating abuse: When talking to your teen, be supportive and non-accusatory.
Let your child know that it’s not their fault and no one “deserves” to be abused.