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Is he planning on having children on your first date?Perhaps the first telltale sign is the abuser's alloplastic defenses his tendency to blame every mistake of his, every failure, or mishap on others, or on the world at large. Is he hypersensitive, picks up fights, feels constantly slighted, injured, and insulted? Does he treat animals and children impatiently or cruelly and does he express negative and aggressive emotions towards the weak, the poor, the needy, the sentimental, and the disabled?Does he confess to having a history of battering or violent offenses or behavior?For women, it’s critical to observe a man’s character over a period of time to assess his willingness to enter into a committed relationship.Character is very important in women too, but men are primarily drawn to women via physical attraction.