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But I Love Him: Protecting Your Teen Daughter from Controlling, Abusive Dating Relationships By Jill A. Murray,

  • Title: But I Love Him: Protecting Your Teen Daughter from Controlling, Abusive Dating Relationships
  • Author: Jill A. Murray
  • ISBN: 9780060957292
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 Is your daughter in danger Dr Jill Murray speaks on the topic of dating violence at high schools around the country, reaching than 10,000 students, teachers, and counsellors each year IOne 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 Is your daughter in danger Dr Jill Murray speaks on the topic of dating violence at high schools around the country, reaching than 10,000 students, teachers, and counsellors each year 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 Many young women and their parents, aren t even aware of the indications of a potentially abusive relationship What s most alarming is that these warning signs are also some of the behaviours that girls find most flattering A boy pages and calls a girl often but as a form of control, not affection.He wants to spend all his time with her, but eventually won t allow her to spend time with her friends.He says I love you very early in the relationship.These behaviours can escalate into blaming, isolating, manipulating, threatening, humiliation, and sexual and physical abuse.In But I Love Him, Dr Murray identifies these controlling, abusive patterns of behaviour and helps you get your daughter out of the relationship without alienating her You will learn what draws her to this type of relationship, why she has a hard time talking to you about it, the special barriers teens face when breaking off a relationship, and what s going on in the mind of a teen abuser Dr Murray will help you show your teen what a respectful relationship looks like, and teach her the importance of respecting herself edition.
    But I Love Him Protecting Your Teen Daughter from Controlling Abusive Dating Relationships 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 Is your daughter in

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    1. Great book that should be required reading for all high school girls Suggestions on how to teach girls of all ages the difference between a healthy or unhealthy relationship without passing judgement Fantastic book for mom s looking to help.

    2. But I Love Him by Dr Jill Murray is an advice book to parents on how to deal with a daughter who was once in an abusive realtionship, or one who is in one The book describes the characteristics of an abusive relationship, how to stop it, why girls stay, and it also has stories from real girls and guys and their experiences in abusive relationships.I really liked this book because it helped me understand why things were the way they were in an abusive realtionship I was in Although the book is fo [...]

    3. First for anyone who actually knows me No, I did not read this book because I m worried about my teenage daughter s boyfriend I read this book because I ve got four other daughters who have yet to start dating, and I felt I should prepare myself If the author s statistics are correct and 1 out of 3 teenage girls suffers dating violence, the chance that something happens to one of my other girls is sadly quite high, and I ought to do what I can to stop it before it starts.So this book Maybe I m a [...]

    4. The book But I Love him written by Dr Jill Murray is aimed towards parents who are dealing with their daughter dating an abusive boyfriend Dr Jill Murray is a therapist for abused females and the advice that she gives throughout the book seems like it would be very helpful if this was a problem that you were facing The different types of abuse are talked about in depth such as mental, emotional, verbal, sexual and physical abuse She explains how a lot of females that are with an abuser might not [...]

    5. Excellent insight into violent dating relationships for both parents and teens However, not all relationships in which one of the partners is controlling turn violent Dr Murray touches on this fact very briefly, so briefly that you might miss it if you blink I ve seen girls stay in a controlling relationship over and over and over The guy isn t violent, so it s even difficult for her to see how he s destroying her happiness and she gies bacj to him again and again I was hoping this book would g [...]

    6. Every woman girls too , men boys too , and every parent needs to read this book This book may help bring awareness to domestic violence I read this when I was a junior in high school when a friend in one of my classes suggested that I read this book This book gives great signs if you are in a abusive relationship and also stories from people who were in one and now they got out I highly suggest that anyone reads this rather you are in a relationship or not This book might just save your life.

    7. I read this because I recently became a member of our state s Teen Dating Abuse Awareness and Prevention Council We were required to read it before a meeting, and I found it very useful, even though I have never been involved in an abusive relationship It helps define healthy relationships and gives great advice to moms worrying about their daughters boyfriends Every teenage girl should be required to read it to avoid abusive relationships of any kind.

    8. Very insightful Having been in the situation myself when I was a teenager, I kind of don t think that some of the things Jill suggested would work I don t think I would ve ever talked to my mother again at least while I was a teenager had she sat my boyfriend and me down and discussed sex.but then again it might have scared him off which would have be a good thing

    9. This book offers an objective view of an abusive dating relationship It gives insight into the possible causes, the indicators, and the most effective ways to speak with your teen in a way that won t result in defensiveness Tons of resources in the back of the book.

    10. This book is completely filled with solid, professional advice I am glad to have the knowledge with me to recognize a problem and take steps to recovery.

    11. This book is heartbreaking I really empathize with people in bad relationships, and although this book was a difficult read, it is definitely a necessary eye opener.

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