Dating story teen violent

According to Help Guide, behaviors such as destroying your belongings or an unpredictable temper may foreshadow dating violence.Pay attention to these signals in your partner so you can protect yourself.Ruth Nerhaugen / Contributor"It was my first relationship, so I didn't know what the boundaries were," said Micah Jeppesen, who was 18 at the time."I didn't know what to expect."She recalls him becoming more critical of her, stating no one else would want to be with her and blaming her if something went wrong.If you feel uncomfortable, you should leave any type of dating situation at a moment’s notice.You may be hesitant to do so if you’re not prepared with a cell phone or spare change and money to call a cab.

Ruth Nerhaugen / Contributor After her boyfriend became violent while they were on a date, Micah Jeppesen decided to share her story in the film “Standing Strong” so that other young people will be aware of what to look for – and what to watch out for – in a relationship.Sometimes, good relationships turn sour, but no one deserves to be in a relationship where they are the victim of violence.There are certain things you can do to prevent dating violence in your relationship as well as with people you care about.Always be prepared to leave a situation you’re not comfortable with, and have the resources on hand at all times to be able to do so.Looking out for red flags can protect you from dating violence.