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I'm not sure how an opinion article could be a "fraud" article, so I don't know how to respond to that.
Edward continues to treat Bella in ways that mark him as a jealous, potentially violent predator. Since the Victorian era, vampire legends have been part of pop culture.
In the case of , it's possible that the millions of screaming fans might be learning how to fall victim to a violent relationship. Psychology is more researched based and presents research studies.
For more information about relationship violence, my book "Voices of Hope: Breaking the Silence of Violence" is now available on and other major online bookstores (co-authored by Pamela Lassiter Cathey). Not opinions and does not draw assumptions/conclusions or make correlations without a studie/ reliable reference.
Every couple of years, I teach a class called "Psychology in Film." When I tell people about it, they often ask, "Are there enough movies about psychology for an entire class?
" My response is first shock, then slight annoyance, then my vocal response of, " As my initial posting for this new blog, I'd like to focus on the "Twilight" movies (based on the books by Stephenie Meyer).
Edward: Why He's an Abuser Now let's take a look at the male "love" interest.