No...it should make them lethargic...they were abusive before the drugs.
Abusive or not, "his" belongings are his property and so in the eyes of the law they must go back to him. Anyway, if you tried to keep them, wouldn't that just make him MORE abusive?
You don't. You get away.
Because he is abusive. Partner abuse is a treatable sickness, but not always curable. Staying with an abusive partner does not help them to become a better person.
No, absolutely not.
Tell him/her a story about abusive experience then tell to him/her that you are the main subject behind that story.
If a friend were in your situation, what would you advise?
Of course you're going to feel guilt or remorse. That's because you have a history with this person and a conscious. But does not mean you should let your abusive partner move back in. It is unsafe for you and for him or her. The best thing for you to do is keep your abusive partner out of the house and slowly lose contact with him or her.
it is possible
why do cannabis make your mouth dry when you have smoked it
You take a soda and put it in a cannabis.
Why would you want to cheat on your partner? Unless he is abusive or cheating on you, if he is loyal and loving there is no point.