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Targeted for parents, this is an examination of early warning signs and indicators of potentially abusive dating relationships.

This book discusses social trends that can draw young women into controlling relationships, barriers teens face in ending abusive relationships, the psychology behind a teen abuser, and how teens can develop healthy, respectful relationships.

All too often these examples suggest that violence in a relationship is normal, but violence is never acceptable. -- Jan Dimmitt, Executive Director of Kelso's Emergency Support Shelter Another man, whose story is not here e-mailed me: I have a problem. Whenever I speak of male abuse, I am met by disbelief and, even worse, laughter. I notice in talking with other shelter staff throughout the state that this attitude prevails in the other shelters, too-men are the perpetrators, women are the victims.After learning of the abuse, I tried to talk to my daughter, but she was ashamed and embarrassed.The next day, she finally felt comfortable taking off her oversized sweatshirt and showing me the bruises and scratches that covered her entire back.

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