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January 2013

Start Relating Before They Start Dating: A Workshop For Parents and Caregivers, and their Teens

Publisher(s):
This is workshop targeting parents and youth in middle school where youth and parents learn about dating abuse and strategies for improving parent/caregiver-youth communication.
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Navigating Teen Dating Relationships: A Parent’s Handbook

Publisher(s):
This handbook emphasizes the importance of talking to your teen about dating relationships. It provides guidance to parents of high school children on how to help teens form healthy relationships and how to protect them from the pressures to engage in risk behaviors.
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Healthy Relationships Protect Teens: A Parent’s Handbook

Publisher(s):
Pre-teens and young teens who learn to develop healthy relationship skills are more likely to have healthy relationships throughout their lives. As a parent, you should provide reliable and accurate information to your 11-to-14-year-old about healthy relationships: what a healthy relationship feels like, looks like, and sounds like.