Virtual friends and dating violence
Dating violence or abuse affects one in four teens. It’s yelling, threatening, name calling, saying “I’ll kill myself if you leave me,” obsessive phone calling or paging, and extreme possessiveness.If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you could be a victim of dating abuse.Both males and females can be victims of dating violence, as can partners in heterosexual and homosexual relationships.
He lives in Belgium and his winning entry is "Finding Jane." We hope that you enjoy his entry and we would just caution you to remember that this is a game - It's always better to be safe than sorry.
For assistance and advice about teen dating violence in the U. you can call our friends at the National Dating Abuse Helpline at 1-866-331-9474.
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First place winning entry 2012 "Dating Dangers1.0" by Ko Ko The first place winner for 2011 was Jean HEHN of Another Kind.
Our goal is to increase awareness about teen dating violence as well as provide educational information to help teens, tweens, and young adults identify and avoid abusive relationships. The first place winner for 2012 is "Dating Dangers1.0" from Ko Ko in Croatia.On the surface, the game is an interactive quiz about dating violence but it becomes quickly apparent that there is something more at play here.