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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, and despite startling statistics—such as nearly 60 percent of teens know someone who has been physically, sexually, or verbally abusive in a dating relationship—the good news is that adults can play a role in encouraging healthy dating behavior.So what can you do to help teens maintain healthy relationships?Beyond just this month, you can also become an adult ally of That’s Not Cool and encourage the teens you know to become an ambassador.
While Barnes had feared for her life at points throughout her relationship, friends of Annese said the more than three years that she spent dating Kingston seemed nothing short of healthy.
Get Involved with That’s Not Cool Throughout this month, That’s Not Cool – in partnership with Love Is Respect and Break the Cycle – will be hosting numerous activities (here’s a calendar) for you and the teens in your life to raise awareness.
Check out That’s Not Cool on Facebook and Twitter, along with following the hashtag #teen DVmonth, to stay in the loop.
Chanler, Geneseo Fire Chief, pauses while talking about the Matthew Hutchinson, a volunteer at the fire house.
Matthew Hutchinson was one of the three people in their early 20s were found dead Sunday morning in an off-campus home near the SUNY Geneseo campus.
“But I'm very thankful and grateful that nobody in the house was the one to open (Annese’s) door."Shock. SUNY Geneseo director of admissions Kevin Reed, son Kyle, 9, and daughter Abby, 11, react during the remembrance ceremony for Kelsey Annese, 21, of Webster and Matthew Hutchinson, 24, of North Vancouver, British Columbia, who were stabbed to death by former student, Colin Kingston. Attendees wait in silence for the doors to open before the remembrance ceremony in the Kuhl Gymnasium of the SUNY Geneseo campus for Kelsey Annese, 21, of Webster and Matthew Hutchinson, 24, of North Vancouver, British Columbia.