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Special Program for Teens on Making Break-ups a Positive Experience

by Savitha C Muppala on  July 27, 2012 at 11:43 PM Lifestyle News   - G J E 4
Boston's Public health commission has teamed up with a college to host its third annual "Break-Up Summit" as part of a national endeavor to cut rates of teen dating violence.
 Special Program for Teens on Making Break-ups a Positive Experience
Special Program for Teens on Making Break-ups a Positive Experience
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During this summit, nearly 250 youths will give their opinion and interact on how to make break-ups a positive experience. More importantly, teens will be informed about setting up boundaries in relationships.

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Titled 'Start Strong', the program targets teens in 11cities and educated them about ways to prevent dating violence and come out of relationships in a positive manner. 

Nearly 10 percent of teenagers admit to have been victims of physical abuse by a boyfriend or girlfriend in the past year and this summit seeks to address these issues among teens.



Source: Medindia
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