Books about teenage abusive relationships
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Physical and emotional abuse->Teen fiction: Books
Luckily, there are a lot of young adult novels out there that can do part of the heavy lifting for you. Dreamland , Sarah Dessen. Soon, Rogerson becomes possessive and jealous, and Caitlin finds her life turning upside down—she quits cheerleading, her grades drop, she begins to smoke pot and, pretty soon, finds herself putting up with regular physical abuse from Rogerson. Sign up for emails Receive new and helpful articles weekly. Sign up here.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and it is important that everyone is informed of this issue. It happens way too often, and young people need to be aware of the different types of domestic violence. These books explain how abuse is not just physical, but also deeply psychological and emotional, too. Alex meets and falls for the new boy Cole, who is charming, sweet, and seems to understand her. This book really captures how charming abusive partners can be and just how hard it is to leave an abusive relationship, especially when you believe that, underneath the abuse, the person still loves you.
As these stories reveal, dating abuse doesn't always leave behind bruises
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