Tag Archives: teens and sex

Talking with Students About Online Sexual Content

By Liz Bergren We all know that the rise of the internet has created amazing opportunities for us to access information within seconds. We understand that we have access to anything we want at our fingertips. We love this access, … Continue reading

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Teen Dating Violence: Can You Spot the Warning Signs of Abuse?

By Liz Bergren Entering a romantic relationship for the first time is an adolescent rite of passage. We get thrown into the complexities of what it means to love and be loved, touched, and potentially hurt and/or rejected. Our early … Continue reading

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Talking with Teens About Respecting Physical Boundaries

By James J. Crist, Ph.D. Sexual assault has been in the news frequently over the last year. Many college campuses are struggling with how to establish useful guidelines for their students, as seen with the recent shift from “no means no” … Continue reading

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Talking to Teens About Sexting

By Justin W. Patchin, Ph.D., coauthor of Words Wound Many parents worry that cell phones are an easy place for teens to experiment with sexual activity by sending explicit messages and photos that could follow them in life and have … Continue reading

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