Teen dating contract

23 May

Set Rules in Your House with Parent Teen/Child Contracts Have you ever heard your kid say, “How come I’m grounded? Have you grounded your kid to hear them say “Two Weeks?!?! ” Wouldn’t it be nice to just have it all in writing?

Teens who suffer dating abuse are subject to long-term consequences like alcoholism, eating disorders, promiscuity, thoughts of suicide, and violent behavior.

First and foremost if you are not already, become a Trusted Adult. Get in the here and now with the teen and help them understand what’s next! Work The most dangerous time for a victim in an abusive relationship is when they are ending that relationship Takes a victim an average of 7-9 times to leave an abusive relationship It takes an average of 2 years for an abuser to leave a victim alone 81% of adults don’t realize Teen Dating Violence is an issue According to the American Psychological Association 2013 Adolescent Dating Violence study 41% of Females and 37% Males report being a victim of dating violence.

This may help them train their brain, to ask themselves, “What’s Next? If you speak with them together chances are the victim will feel intimidated by the abusers presence and/or feel a loyalty towards them and defend them.

There is even a sample of consequences given in categories.

The parent child contracts are really easy to use, you decide what category the consequence is, put it in the appropriate place, sign and date and voila, you have child behavior contracts between you and your kid.