Symptoms of dating violence
Answers to these questions revealed that one in five females and one in ten males reported physical and/or sexual TDV in the past year with a dating partner. The association of antisocial behavior and depressive symptoms between partners and risk for aggression in romantic relationships.
The prevalence of both physical and sexual dating violence has remained constant at an overall average of about 10% through the most recent 2015 results.
anxiety, depression, and PTSD as well as physical symptoms, such as headaches and stomach aches, have all been linked to Teen Dating Violence (TDV).Still others may have learned this behavior from growing up in a household where domestic violence was accepted as a normal part of being raised in their family.