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Abusive Relationships and Domestic Violence

How do you help your daughter get out of an abusive relationship?


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2006-08-28 23:01:29
2006-08-28 23:01:29

Keep her close and give her as much attention and love as possible. Try to re-build her self esteem! Based on her personality, if necessary seek for outside help. Find any way possible to make sure that the abuser does get close to her (make sure that she understands that she made the right decison by leaving), people in relationships of this case usually tend to go back because they feel that no one else loves them. Family and friends are the best support!

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You mostly likely don't, because you can't. Your daughter gets to pick her own relationships, and she gets to do so in as stupid a fashion as she chooses. You may be able to help her if she decides to leave the abusive relationship and get to a safer space, but this is a decision she has to make on her own.

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If you always fight, then it is an abusive relationship. If you do not want to be around your boyfriend/girlfriend, then it is an abusive relationship. If you can not talk or be around your family and friends then you are in an abusive relationship.

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Anyone who reaches out for help and is willing to receive that help whom is in an abusive relationship should get that help, and there are resources both online and in the community to access the right kind of assistance.

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lots and everywhere. we should help them.

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Trying to help my daughter get out of her abusive relationship, she has no job ,no money and a 3 year old.how do I help her,welfare court orders for the child,custody. We're does she start what does she need to do.please help me help her!


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