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I Trusted Him: The True Story of Anna Lynn Hurd

by Jennifer Smith

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We spend a lot of time reading fiction and light-hearted works, don't we? Sometimes, though, we have to get a little serious with our reading - usually it's because we're trying to educate ourselves on a particular issue. I wonder how many of us are in potentially violent relationships and either aren't aware of it or are hoping it gets better?

Do you know what to look for when determining whether you or a loved one is at risk for domestic violence? What about teen domestic violence? Do you think you could tell if a teen under your care was embroiled in a potentially fatal relationship?

In I Trusted Him: The True Story of Anna Lynn Hurd, we explore the psychology behind teen dating violence, revealing new ways in which teenagers can protect themselves from what is becoming a nationwide - even a worldwide - problem. It explores NEW statistics about how likely you or a loved one is vulnerable to violence, who is most likely to offend, and ways you can get out of a toxic relationship before it is too late.

Give it a read. I promise you, it will be rewarding if in no other way than to empower you to help someone, even if it is yourself ( )
  DianeCarter | Oct 18, 2013 |
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