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This program is partially funded under an agreement with the State of Tennessee, Department of Finance and Administration, Office of Criminal Justice Programs.Points of view or opinions contained within this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the Department of Justice.Emotional abuse often begins subtly and increases in severity over time.Batterers use emotional abuse gain power and control over their victims.However I tried to convey their advice on this issue, behind me I could hear these wise elders shouting this lesson to younger people: Over and over, when it comes to marriage the elders point to decisions that completely ignore the evidence and show bad judgment.They believe there are a set of signs so strong and compelling that they tell you to get out of the relationship.

Sifting through hundreds of responses, I learned about four warning signs that should make you very reluctant to commit to a relationship.One in three women experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Being a victim is nothing to be ashamed of and help is available.Women Are Safe, Inc., does not discriminate in regard to sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, or marital status. The program receives funding from United Way, from the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, and from the Gannett Foundation through The Tennessean.I debated about the title of this post, wondering whether my wording was too blunt a prescription for choosing a partner.But when it came down to it, I couldn't find a more accurate alternative. I've spent the last few years interviewing over 700 older people about love, relationships, and marriage (described in a new book on the topic).

Sifting through hundreds of responses, I learned about four warning signs that should make you very reluctant to commit to a relationship.One in three women experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Being a victim is nothing to be ashamed of and help is available.Women Are Safe, Inc., does not discriminate in regard to sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, or marital status. The program receives funding from United Way, from the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, and from the Gannett Foundation through The Tennessean.I debated about the title of this post, wondering whether my wording was too blunt a prescription for choosing a partner.But when it came down to it, I couldn't find a more accurate alternative. I've spent the last few years interviewing over 700 older people about love, relationships, and marriage (described in a new book on the topic).Schools need to teach about emotions such as jealousy so that girls when they are dating, instead of being flattered by bringing out jealousy in a boyfriend will recognize the insecurity that this emotion may represent.