You may have the perfect relationship. But probably someone you know doesn’t. Check out the real facts of teen dating abuse here. Read More »

Warning Signs

Abuse escalates. Know the signs from early warnings to the lethal threats. It could save a life. Read More »

For Parents

DASH is for Parents: Articles and resources designed to keep you up to date with your teen, to keep you tech savvy, and to help you stay involved. Read More »

For Friends

DASH is for friends! Do you suspect your friend is in an abusive relationship. You CAN help. Read More »

For Guys

DASH is for guys. Be part of the solution. Get the facts and be a great role model for the people in YOUR life. Read More »


Boys Can Be Victims, Too

Just because you’re a guy doesn’t mean you can’t be a victim of teen dating abuse. Statistically, girls are more likely to be the victims of teen dating abuse, but boys can be victims, too. In fact, in one study conducted in 2008, 13% of Latino 7th grade boys reported being physically abused by their partner.1 About one in ten high school students, 9.8 percent, reported being hit, slapped, punched or in some way physically abused by a partner.2 What these facts point out is that teen dating abuse crosses all genders, races, sexual orientations and economic factors.

Men Can Stop Rape, Inc.

Men Can Stop Rape’s mission is to mobilize men to use their strength for creating cultures free from violence, especially men’s violence against women.


Lauren Astley

Our hearts go out to the family of Lauren Astley, 18, of Wayland, Massachusetts, allegedly murdered by her ex-boyfriend. “We do believe this to be a case of teen dating violence,’’ said Gerard T. Leone Jr., Middlesex district attorney. “It’s a classic fatal paradigm that we see around teen dating relationships. We are very confident it was about power and control.”

Read articles from various sources at Way Land eNews.

Amanda Borsos

Aug. 4, 2011, 12:36 a.m. EDT
Associated Press

DEERFIELD, Ohio (AP) — A 17-year-old girl has been shot to death outside a pet care shop in Deerfield by her former boyfriend, who later killed himself.

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office says deputies found Amanda Borsos, of Morrow, with a gunshot wound just after 4 p.m. Wednesday in a dog exercise area. She was taken to a local hospital, where she was pronounced dead shortly after arrival. She would have been a junior at Little Miami High School.