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It is always best to be as emotionally healthy as you can when beginning a relationship.

Unfortunately, abusive partners can pick up on vulnerability and may seek out women that they believe to be in vulnerable situations.

Date: 2000Revised: 2009Publisher: Faith Trust Institute Format: DVD, Spiral Bound Total Length: 64 minutes (close-captioned) This program promotes safe, healthy relationships and supports teens in taking action to overcome violence and abuse.

In Love and in Danger is one of the only books available on dating violence and abusive relationships that addresses young adults directly in a straightforward and non-condescending manner.

Included are facts about dating violence, tips for how to tell if your relationship is abusive, information on why dating abuse happens, and what you can do if you are being abused by (or are abusing) someone you love.

-- Romantic, nurturing and addictive love -- Scars caused by dating violence -- Healing from abuse -- Break up or stay? Speaking out: Deborah: "It was love at first sight" -- Adaliz Rodriguez: "I thought things would change" -- Terrie Walsh: "She was a prisoner" -- Facts about dating violence -- What is dating violence?

-- Romantic, nurturing and addictive love -- Scars caused by dating violence -- Healing from abuse -- Break up or stay?

It is important to note that many women try to prevent themselves from being with another abuser by putting up “walls” or sending out “signals” that keep many people at a distance.

Sometimes these signals are unintentionally sent as a means of emotional defense.

They may be doing this with the goal in mind of making it harder to leave when they do finally exhibit these behaviors. The NDEEV (National Network to End Domestic Violence) has put together this list compiled from survivors’ experiences that you might find helpful.

These are behaviors that survivors noted from their abusive partners in the early stages of abusive relationships.

Healing from your past relationship or taking steps toward healing is wise for many reasons.

We are all works in progress and deserving of love.

We recommend gaining support from places that understand the cycle of abuse and the effects of trauma.