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What's most alarming is that these warning signs are also some of the behaviors that girls find most flattering: A boy pages and calls a girl often--but as a form of control, not affection.

The different types of abuse are talked about in depth such as; mental, emotional, verbal, sexual and physical abuse.

In the section of the book where it talked about why girls stay, it talked about how they are lost looking for themselves, and when a confident guy comes around, and tells you who you are, then that's all that you know. I also think that if someone you know or even you are in an abusive relationship you should read it.

It's not their fault because they were told by someone else who they were. It helped me understand so many new things I just couldn't wrap my mind around.

From my perspective, it helps to identify the areas of discussion we need to have with the girls before serious dating starts, and gives me an angle of approach if that stuff goes badly.

The book was published in 2000, and thus written earlier...

It also put me in the perspective of my parents when they had to watch me go through what I went through.

Also the real stories from real girls showed me that I'm not alone, and that other girls were capable of leaving their abusive relationships and moving on with their lives.

Jill Murray speaks on the topic of dating violence at high schools around the country, reaching more than 10,000 students, teachers, and counselors each year. Jill Murray speaks on the topic of dating violence at high schools around the country, reaching more than 10,000 students, teachers, and counselors each year.

"Many young women--and their parents--aren't even aware of the indications of a potentially abusive relationship.

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One in three girls will be in a controlling, abusive dating relationship before she graduates from high school--from verbal or emotional abuse to sexual abuse or physical battering. In One in three girls will be in a controlling, abusive dating relationship before she graduates from high school--from verbal or emotional abuse to sexual abuse or physical battering. In every school she visits, she is approached by teenage girls in miserable relationships who, when confronted with the option of breaking up with the boy, exclaim, "But I love him!