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Uploaded on Oct 11, 2010

Available for purchase at http://www.moonshadow.biz/shop/shopp.php

Title: Love You To Death
Format: DVD - Video
Retail Price: $89.95
Genre: Education
UPC# 724101222795
Run Time: 35 Minutes
Target Audience: Middle & High School, Continuation Schools, Halfway Houses, After School Programs, Domestic Violence Recovery and inmate re-entry programs.
WARNING: Not rated, but contains security camera video of an actual homicide, homicide and assault victim photos and a 911 call that may be disturbing to younger audiences.
Producer/Director: Charlie Chapin Ph.D.
©2010 Moonshadow Productions - All Rights Reserved

Email: charlie@moonshadow.biz

In one of the most powerfully written documentaries ever produced on the subject of teen dating violence, this three-time national award winning video offers "life skills coaching," wisdom, introspection, and solid advice on how to have positive relationships, while avoiding abusive ones. The positive advice is contrasted against the touching biographies of three homicide victims who were murdered by their boyfriends. The video offers substantial curriculum for both genders on how to spot the warning signs of emotional and physical abuse, ways to avoid abusive behavior in relationships, and a chapter on "How A Girl Can Protect Herself From Abusers." Dozens of survival tips are derived from Jill Murray, expert on domestic and teen dating violence. Carrie Madsen brilliantly delivers in the role of "life coach" and the presentation is co-hosted by Suzanne Schultz, a veteran family crimes team leader with a district attorney's office. The video concludes with several creative ways to successfully break the cycle of teen dating violence by devising an escape plan, safely ending an abusive relationship, and ultimately creating the kind of bonds in which you can "share the best you have to offer, not the worst."

A Free Teacher!s guide is available as a download at http://www.moonshadow.biz/shop/shopp.php to purchasers of this video.

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