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Dating abuse is a huge problem, not only because it's prevalent among teens but only 40% of victims reach out for help (only 21% of perpetrators ask for help).Several types of abuse are discussed, including intimidation; manipulation; emotional, verbal, sexual abuse; and abuse via social media.Male and female victims discuss their experiences, and the actors participating in the reenactments are believable, though most appear to be college-aged.You may feel negative and critical toward everything and everyone, including yourself.Even in the company of others you may still feel lonely, and may prefer to avoid gatherings of any size.Nevertheless, it is far better to let the tears come, and welcome them as a natural and helpful form of release.