How to handle an abusive marriage

Why do women married and stay with abusers? Men changed after marriage but it doesn’t mean you have to stay with them. There are so many places that you can stay in the US and you don’t have to stay with an abuser. They do have shelter for battered women. There are programs out there to help battered women. I noticed that it was all about battered women but it wasn’t battered men.

I noticed many stories online and on TV shows like the Oprah show about abusive relationships. It’s very common. It’s sad but somehow some men just have that violent and abusive nature in them. You don’t hear too much about women being abusive. You hear about men being abusive. They abuse women and children. You hear about men and then men again. We should do something about domestic violence. It’s too common and it’s robbing women of everything that they have.

Don’t Marry an Abuser

If you have an abusive boyfriend, chances are he will be the same when you marry him. You should leave him for good. If you marry him you can’t blame it on him because you put yourself in those positions. You have to understand that mentally ill people can’t control themselves sometimes and abusers are mentally ill people who just don’t know that they are ill. If he’s an abuser then you should not marry him or move in with him because you can end up on the Oprah show one day.

Leave an Abusive Relationship

If you’re in an abusive relationship, you should leave. You should not stay around and take it. It’s not smart on your part. One woman on the Oprah show said that she couldn’t believe that she stayed with an abusive man for ten years. Maybe she didn’t know what to do and a lot of inexperienced women don’t know what to do. They don’t know how to get out of abusive situation. If you don’t know what to do, the best thing to do is to leave the abusive relationship. You can’t change an abusive person. You can only leave. You should look in the mirror and say that it’s the last time you will be abuse. You should have the strength and courage to say goodbye to an abuser.

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