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“If they choose not to take action, for me, they are a bystander.”The study exposed multiple instances of high-school principals seemingly misinformed or uninformed on teen dating violence.For example, respondents were most likely to assume that counselors and parents are preferable to students’ peers in assisting victims.And the Pineapple Express star continued to confirm the romance reports when he attended the San Sebastian Film Festival with the pretty brunette as he picked up the coveted Best Film Award for The Disaster Artist. ] ‘Four months.' Proud: The Pineapple Express star continued to confirm the romance reports when he attended the San Sebastian Film Festival with the pretty brunette as he picked up the coveted Best Film Award for The Disaster Artist The insight into his romantic life comes after he candidly opened up to GQ Australia in August about suffering a breakdown last November, contributing it to the lack of love in his life.'I really had a moment of crisis. 'It was a gradual thing.''I hadn't been in a relationship in a long time and was like, realising how much I was running from feelings and people.Speaking to ES Magazine, James - who came to prominence in Freaks and Geeks - remained coy about his relationship but was happy to confirm the exciting turn his personal life. And how much of my identity was wrapped up in work.' Adding: 'I was a person that was incapable of settling down with anyone because I was so self-consumed before. I was so scared to be vulnerable that I made myself busy every minute of the day, so I had an excuse. It’s not like I went out and had to buy a Ferrari or anything like that.What’s more, some parents have their own misconceptions and myths about dating abuse, such as the belief that partner abuse must be physical by definition.Only 36 percent of principals included in the study believed that students have a major role in assisting survivors.
Maria De Leon, a senior at Crispus Attucks High School in Indianapolis, teaches her classmates about dating violence.
Stawick said she’s never received a request from a principal to provide training to their students or faculty—a reality she interprets as a hindrance to real progress on the issue.“My goal in schools and with young people is to change the culture that leads to violence,” Stawick said.
“Me coming in to do a three- or four-day program in a classroom is really great, but the entire school environment has to change for real change to happen.” As an expert in the field, she said that requires buy-in from school leaders.
A member of the Domestic Violence Network’s middle- and high-school Youth Network, De Leon plans activities to inform students about unsafe or unhealthy relationships.
She’s also a student leader with the “No More Club,” which seeks to end the silence on dating abuse.