Instead, he shot Ann," his mother, Julie Mc Bride, said.
To many who knew Ann and Conor, they seemed like steady, young adults, and in many ways they were.
While the Grosmaire and Mc Bride families have a poignant message of forgiveness and love to share, I cannot overlook that this story is also about teen dating violence.
She and Conor were full-time students at Tallahassee Community College, working on associate degrees.
Type "Conor Mc Bride" into the Tallahassee Democrat archives, and you'll find news items dating back to May 2007, when he was chosen to participate in the Youth Leadership Tallahassee program.
But new research suggests there is probably a “wrong” age to start dating: middle school.
If your pre-teen is in pursuit of a junior-high romance, make sure you’ve talked with them about these five risks: #1 Drug Use – Building on a large body of research, a recent study from the University of Georgia found children who date in middle school use alcohol and marijuana twice as much as their peers who hold off on dating until high school.
Dating violence is a type of domestic violence that happens between people in a close relationship.