What we need to realize is abusive partners are people too. They have pain in their past that they don't know how to deal with. The only way they can deal is by enforcing complete control over their victims. While I agree victims need to be the first priority, we need to take care of the abusive too. Get them help so we can end the cycle!
These are some of the women that need feminism the most. Victims of domestic abuse, their features mutilated with acid. Remember these women the next time someone says the world doesnt need feminism, for these narrow minded the people don't know what's going on in the world
READ THIS->I changed a lot because of you and you turned out to be everything I needed....everything I needed to wake me up and see what I didn't deserve in life. Lies hurt the most from the ones we love. Bravo. -AU
Narcissistic psychopath/sociopath relationship abuse. It makes it almost impossible to leave once you reach this point. The victim's behavior is an example of what psychologists call "learned helplessness".
1.Pay attention to how often you were right about a person or situation in the past (reminds you that your instincts are good.) 2.Decide what qualities you want in friends and partners (reminds you to pay attention to what you want). 3.Observe other people to to see if they behave in ways that prove they have the qualities you want (reminds you that talk is cheap). 4.Withhold personal information until you observe the qualities you want in a person (reminds you that you deserve privacy).