Stop teen dating abuse
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Abusive relationships have been in the news a lot lately. In fact, one in three teens has been abused in a relationship. If you want to help too, Do Something is giving out sets of three free bracelets: one blue, two black to reemphasize the one-in-three stat.
They've started the 1 in 3 Campaign to raise awareness about physical, verbal, emotional, and online abuse.
To get your free bracelets visit dosomething.org/abuse.
They also have tips for getting help if you or someone you know is being abused.
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