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In fact, statistics show that one-in-three teenagers have experienced teenage domestic violence in a dating relationship.In 1995, 7% of all murder victims were young women who were killed by their boyfriends.Do you only want your relationship built on a level of “hotness”? Well you’re reducing yourself to your chest and your abs.What do you think will happen when you love interest finds someone “hotter”? When your boyfriend looks at you, do you want the picture of your bare chest on his mind?Warning signs of dating violence are similar to those seen in adults. Sending sexually suggestive messages, provocative pictures, or any nude pictures is considered sexting, and if you’re a teenager, the percentage is fairly high that you or one of your friends is engaging (or has engaged) in this activity. There’s pictures plastered EVERYWHERE of hot guys and girls showing off how sexy they are. Engaging in this behavior in hopes that it will help you get a relationship or strengthen the one you already have is FALSE.

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“You’re not seeing facial expressions or using nonverbal communications.

So, the predominant use of social media may limit the opportunity to practice in-person conversations that are crucial for adolescents, particularly boys, to develop important skills.” For a new study published in the , researchers looked at 487 adolescents at two time periods, one year apart, to determine the proportion of time they spent communicating with romantic partners in person or on the phone, compared to using text messaging and social media sites.

It’s a message from his girlfriend, “Hey, I wish I was in your room with you right now…” *beep* Patrick opens his phone to see a message from his friend, “Dude, I’ll show you later what I got Kayla to send me.” Do these situations sound familiar to you at all? Sexting involves anywhere between 20% to 40% of ALL teenagers and overall, boys are slightly more engaged in the behavior than girls. Some teenagers are doing this to people they aren’t in a “committed” relationship with. There’s almost a 50% chance that the sexting message will be shared with someone else. More teens are involved in this than I originally thought, so this post is meant to enlighten ALL teens to three unintended consequences of sexting.

Maybe you think doing this will make your boyfriend or girlfriend desire you more and build a more intimate relationship.

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