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Nearly half of dating college women report experiencing violent and abusive dating behaviors.
Shan Foster with YWCA says prevention starts with education.
If you’re in a cycle of abuse, you need to get out. Your friends, professors, and counselors aren’t going to judge you.
They’re on your side.”“I just graduated, and I wish I knew that you didn't have to date in college, it doesn't have to be ‘the best years of your life,’ and that the first person you meet who you vibe with isn't necessarily a good match for you,” says Rae.
It wasn’t until a few days later when a friend clued me in that I realized that had been his way of asking me out.
There are a lot of things I wish I’d known about dating in college — how to recognize when people were into me, how to be brave enough to ask out the people I was interested in, and how to spend time alone with a date when you share a dorm room.
College is full of beautiful, interesting people, and that can be intimidating.
The ‘I’m sorry, it won’t happen again’ will happen again.
While this case made headlines statewide, experts say the problem is disturbingly common.
In fact, college-aged women are among the highest at risk for partner violence.
A week or two into my freshman year of college, I joined a campus scavenger hunt and ended up in a group with a sophomore boy who stuck near me the whole time.
When he added me on Facebook the next day and messaged me to ask if I wanted to eat lunch in his dorm's dining hall, I responded that my afternoon classes were on the other side of campus so I wouldn’t be around.
Law school in particular is so demanding that you need to communicate; realize you and your partner aren't going to always be [each other’s] top priority.” to spend all your time with your partner, that isn't necessarily a good idea.