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Past Forgiving Gloria D. A fictional novel about teen dating violence. Dreamland Sarah Dessen. Viking Press, Breathing Underwater Alex Flinn. Harper Collins, A fictional novel about teen dating violence written from the point of view of the teen abuser.
Brave New Girl Louise Luna. Pocket Books, A fictional novel about teen relationship violence. Speak Laurie Halse Anderson. Puffin Books.
Seal Press, A self-help guide that details the experiences of teens in abusive dating relationships and strategies for breaking the cycle in order to develop healthy relationships. Patricia Riddle Gaddis, Jill Murray. ReganBooks, Targeted for parents, this is an examination of early warning s and indicators of potentially abusive dating relationships.
This book discusses social trends that can draw young women into controlling relationships, barriers teens face in ending abusive relationships, the psychology behind a teen abuser, and how teens can develop healthy, respectful relationships. Targeted for parents, this book gives them advice for recognizing an abusive relationship, discussing concerns with a teen and keeping open communication, understanding the impact of emotional abuse, developing safety plans, using available legal resources, encouraging healthy teen relationships, and connecting with support services.
An empowerment manual for young women that discusses healthy selves, setting boundaries, developing self-esteem. Fairview Press, An empowerment guide and workbook for young women that stresses self-esteem, healthy relationships, and positive body image. Gray and Samantha Phillips. An informational guide for young women about sexuality, healthy relationships, self-esteem, and feminism. Perc Publishing, A workbook for young women about setting healthy limits and boundaries in dating and sexual relationships, developing positive body image, and increasing self-awareness.
Ballantine Books, With personal stories and analysis, Pipher details how young women continue to struggle to find their true selves. Harper Perennial, A collection of writings from young women including topics about self-esteem, sexual abuse, media images of women, and relationships. Harcourt, An investigation into the aggressive behaviors that young women express and how they factor into friendships and daily interactions. Girls Inc. Based on several nationwide surveys, Girls Inc. The interactive activities included in this guidebook explore how to raise and nurture confident, courageous, and self-sufficient young women.
Vintage Books, A history of how American women have viewed their body image over the past years, and how our culture has become dissatisfied with the physical body leading to weight obsession and dieting. This book investigates the connections between greater social and sexual freedom with increased consumerism and body focus.
Ballantine Publishing Group, The Free Press, An inquiry into the erotic and aggressive fantasies and thoughts of girls and young women, with personal stories and analysis that challenges patriarchal taboos. Scribner, An analysis of the cliques and stereotypes of the American high school that lead to the misrepresentative labels and reputations that young women receive. An in-depth look at the girls who were labeled high school sluts and the culture that perpetuates the myth.
Penguin Books, An exploration of the reasons why millions of people worldwide choose to self-mutilate including historical and cultural roots. Includes personal stories and a treatment and information resources section. Norton and Company, An informative resource about the components that predispose a personality to self-mutilation including genetics, family experience, trauma, and parental behavior.
Includes treatment information. Cut Patricia McCormick. A fictional young adult novel about self-harm. HarperPerennial, The author also explores the personal, family, and cultural causes underlying eating disorders. Am I Thin Enough Yet? Oxford University Press, Girls Allowed: a website for young women about developing healthy selves and healthy relationships. Teen Voices Magazine: created and written by teen girls for teen girls.
Teenwire is a site for teens from Planned Parenthood. Stay Teen is a website for teenagers about healthy relationships and teen pregnancy. Teen Health is a site that has information on a variety of topics including health, safety, and drugs and alcohol. This website is also available in Spanish. Sexual abuse Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape has a teen site about sexual assault. Stop it Now: Child sexual abuse prevention. Internet safety and stalking Girl Scouts: Interactive website to help you safely navigate online.
The Stalking Resource Center provides help to victims of stalking and those who are working to help them. It includes information on safety planning and cyber stalking. See it and Stop it: Learn how to help a friend who is in an abusive relationship. Reach Out NH provides information about dating violence prevention and resources. Teen Relationships: a website for teens by teens about relationships, abuse, and how to get help. Break the Cycle is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to end domestic violence by working proactively with youth. This website engages, educates, and empowers teens to build lives free of violence.Dating links in New Hampshire
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