Teen Dating Violence Test

teen dating violence test

Do you feel threatened and manipulated by the person you are dating? Does the person you are dating want to control your behavior and lifestyle? Does the person abuse you verbally and physically? Or, do you fear expressing your feelings in front of the person? Take this teen dating violence test to know whether you have experienced dating violence or not.

What is Teen Dating Violence?

Teen dating violence is the physical, sexual, psychological/emotional abuse (or violence) within a dating relationship among teenagers/adolescents ages 12-18. It is also called intimate relationship violence or intimate partner violence that affects millions of young people in the world and can take place in person, online, or through technology.

It includes behavior, such as physical violence, sexual violence, psychological aggression, and stalking. Teen dating violence profoundly impacts a teenager’s physical and mental health, opportunity, and self-esteem. Some of the warning signs of teen dating violence include:

  1. Showing excessive jealousy or domination
  2. Invasion of a teenager’s private life
  3. Unexpected bouts of anger and aggressive outburst
  4. A strong desire to control and manipulate the life of the teenager
  5. Abusing physically and sexually

Read More About Teen Dating Violence Here

Instructions For Taking Teen Dating Violence Test

Below is a list of statements relating to a teenager’s experiences of dating violence. Please read each statement carefully, and select options that you find relevant for you.

Please note: This test is a self-assessment and not a diagnostic test, and can only be administered to the age group of 12-18years

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