Tips for teens resolving conflict in relationships

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Some tips that you can give a young person about resolving conflict is -- Love is respect. We have information that we've vetted through young people and we do actually have a spot on our website that talks about what healthy communication looks like. When you are talking to a young person, you want to say if something doesn't feel right, talk about it, Bring it up. If you are in a relationship that has an unhealthy red flag that comes up, you need to set a healthy boundary. You need to set up a boundary that is just non-negotiable as a person. So when you start a relationship as a young person, that they know how to communicate that. Here are my non-negotiable things that I expect in a relationship. I expect respect. I expect you to listen to me, and I expect you to respect when I say, no.
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Brian Pinero

Abuse Helpline Coordinator

Brian Pinero is the director of the National Dating Abuse Helpline, the advocacy service provider behind loveisrespect.org. Through loveisrespect, teens and young adults can receive crisis intervention and education about healthy relationships via text, chat or phone. Pinero has dedicated over 10 years to helping teens and has previously supervised youth shelter services, been an investigator at Child Protective Services and worked as a juvenile probation officer. 

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