The New York Times has a surprisingly thoughtful and complex article on teenage girls’ responses to dating violence — and of course, it’s in the Fashion & Style section.It’s worth a read, though, despite its unfortunate placement.National Center for Victims of Crime is the nation’s leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims.The Date Safe Project is committed to being the nation’s leading organization for teaching how “asking first” makes all the difference in creating safer intimacy and in decreasing occurrences of sexual assault.Her parents, both educators, divorced in 2006 and shared custody of Lauren. she was always laughing and moving and doing something," said Dunne. "She did have a lot of personality and she was incredibly honest," said friend Hannah Blahut. If she was helping you with a problem, she would put 100 percent into it," said Hannah. In fact, Lauren went to New Orleans three times to help flood victims get back on their feet. Just one month later, Lauren was found brutally murdered."She was very strong in soccer," Astley said, "then -- tennis, even though she was small." "She was tiny ... "And did good, hard, manual labor, which was good for her to do. "And when they told me that they had found her body," Dunne said, "I remember just bellowing, 'Don't let it be Nate.
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Breakup violence among teens is a crime that has no zip code. A relationship ends and what happens is an emotional surge of uncontrollable anger.