Is your child a victim of violence in their relationship?
One in five young people has been a victim of violence in their relationship.
Is your child or a teenager close to you dating someone? Does it seem like a good relationship? Violence in young people’s relationships is just as common and serious as violence in adult relationships.
ungarelationer.se/parents gives support and information to you who are an adult. This is where you can turn if your child or a teenager close to you is a victim of violence or a victim of violence against his or her partner. It also provides information on male violence against girls and violence in young people’s relationships, as well as tips on how to understand, prevent and detect violence – and what to do if you find out that violence is already happening.
The information material below is currently unfortunately only avaliable in swedish.
84% of parents
consider themselves to have little or no knowledge of violence in young people’s relationships.
What is violence in young people’s relationships?
Does your child seem unwell in their relationship?
Where is the line between teenage bullying and violence?
How can you as a parent prevent violence?
Do you see the warning signs?
Does it feel like something is wrong?
Read more about warning signs here.