Question: What are three risk factors to watch out for when dating?

What is a relational risk factor?

Relational risk factors are theorized to increase risk for aggression by intensifying the frequency and severity of conflict situations (Riggs & OLeary, 1989). In contrast, situational risk factors are specific to the context of dating aggression, such as stress, alcohol use, and relational risk factors.

What is a chronic risk factor?

The causes (risk factors) of chronic diseases are well estab- lished and well known; a small set of common risk factors are responsible for most of the main chronic diseases. These risk factors are modifiable and the same in men and women: unhealthy diet; physical inactivity; tobacco use.

What is a relational factor?

In this tool, together the relational factors, including both relational properties and relational behavior aspects, form a platform that enables or restricts self-direction. Relational properties are trust, commitment, collaboration, and power.

How can risk Behaviour be avoided?

6 Ideas for Reducing Risky Behaviors in TeensMake rules and stick to them. Let your teen make decisions. Provide structure and routine. Get to know your teens friends. Help your teen find a mentor. Let your teen know you care about him.2 Jul 2019

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