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You value each other as you are. You respect each other's emotional, digital and sexual boundaries. One or both partners is not considerate of the other's feelings and/or personal boundaries. One partner disrespects the feelings, thoughts, decisions, opinions or physical safety of the other.
You believe what your partner has to say. You do not feel the need to "prove" each other's worthiness. One person doesn't believe what the other says, or s/he feel entitled to invade their privacy. One partner physically hurts or injures the other partner by hitting, slapping, choking, pushing or shoving.
You are honest with each other, but can still keep some things private. One or both partners tells lies. One partner blames the other partner for their harmful actions, makes excuses for abusive actions and/or minimizes the abusive behavior.
You make decisions together and hold each other to the same standards. One partner feels their desires and choices are more important. One partner tells the other what to wear, who they can hang out with, where they can go and/or what they can do.
You both can enjoy spending time apart, alone or with others. You respect each other's need for time apart. One or both partners only spends time with his/her partner. Your partner's community is the only one you socialize in. One partner pressures or forces the other partner to do things they don't want to do; threatens, hurts or blackmails their partner if they resist or say no.
You and your partner talk openly about problems, listen to each other and respect each other's opinions. When problems arise, you fight or you don't discuss them at all. One of you communicates in a way that is hurtful, threatening, insulting or demeaning.
Created by: aletwinsky