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Can You Identify the Red Flags?
1) Consenting to sexual activity when you are drunk or high, is the same as consenting when you are not under the influence.
2) If a partner insists on always knowing what their partner is doing and who they are with, it could be a sign of controlling behavior.
3) It is healthy for each person in a relationship to have time by themselves.
4) If a person starts a sexual activity, and then wants to stop, it is okay.
5) If my partner gets jealous when someone else flirts with me, it means my partner is really into me.
6) If my partner isn't affectionate with me in public, my partner must be embarrassed to be with me.
7) It is important to discuss sexual boundaries early in your relationship, so both partners know where the boundaries and comfort levels are.
8) If your partner comes in like a "knight in shining armor", shielding you and keeping you away from other people, it could be a red flag for a potentially abusive relationship.
9) Someone who is charming and charismatic may be portraying that to others in order to hide their potentially abusive behaviors.
10) If your partner makes untrue accusations about you, it is a form of emotional abuse.
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