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If the abuse continues - you cannot make the relationship work. Answer You both need to get counseling, separate and together. If the abuse doesn't stop, you need to get out of the relationship. It will probably be a long hard "journey", but if you are both willing to work on it, you will make it through. Answer "What are ways that the abuser and abusee can make the relationship work after confronting the abuse?" Open & Honest discussion.
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