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Imagine receiving a phone call in the middle of the night that your young, vibrant teenage daughter has been murdered on the night of her prom. Your daughter was stabbed to death by her boyfriend. Dating violence among high school students is more prevalent that most people think or want to acknowledge. I will explore, analytically, the dynamics of violence in teenage relationships. I will also describe the risk factors that place teenage boys at a greater risk of exhibiting violence in a dating relationship.