Teenagers Hope to Curb Dating Violence
Emotions are at their height when it comes to relationships. For most, the desired outcome is a lifelong connection but for some the outcome is violent. A group of Gainesville teenagers is working to change that with one lesson at a time. They say communication and understanding is key to a healthy relationship which they hope to teach to younger children.
"That's the most exciting part of the program the kids and the feedback that they give to us and letting us know how we are helping them," said mentor Richard Brown.
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