Andrew Curtin, the 17-year-old Waltham High School senior asserted that it’s hard to assume the status of a relation only by glancing at the couple walking hands in hand. Rather, Andrew highlighted an incident of last year, when a high-school boy ended up breaking his hand in anger, after a break-up.
However, in order to suggest a few notes to the teenagers for a healthy relation and how to sustain it, this 17-year-old was amongst the team of 250 other teenagers voluntarily participating in a seminar at Simmons College on Thursday. Unbelievingly, the idea of giving out dating advice to these teenagers was brought up by city government officials.
It has been reported that this was the third annual Break-Up Summit organized for teens, which is put up by Boston's Public Health Commission in collaboration with the local social service agencies. This seminar is a part of $1 million, four-year grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Such seminars are organized across the nation in 11 different cities and collectively the $18 million project is called as Start Strong, which acknowledged the teens to avoid nuisance and violence after break-ups, which might present them as negative humans and might even become a cause of public humiliation.
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