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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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Should you confront your abuser?

NO. Never confront an abuser especially one who has demonstrated a violent history. Never argue with her or disagree. Agree with him until he calms down. The only safe way out

Can a person be both an 'abuser' and an 'abusee'?

Note: Further stories and testimonials should be placed in the discussion section below. Of course they can. Consider narcissists, for instance: Narcissists attract abuse.

What is the best way to get out of an abusive relationship?

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You may be too young to do that alone. If that is the case, please see help. I am guessing that you are underage and unable to leave home at this point. If so, please go to

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How do you get out of a abusive relationship?

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How do you Confronting abuse?

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