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?
Why would you even think about going back to an abusive relationship? Unless you want to get beat on for the rest of your life.
Well, for one, they shouldn't go back at all, and if they do, they are asking for more abuse. Women go back because they are afraid of what might happen in the longrun.
get the hell out! family, friends and then government for help. I did not understand if you are the abusive partner - or the victim of abuse. == What I think you should do is go to a guidance councelor for help. If it gets serious you should go to someone you feel safe with and ask for help. If it makes matters worse then go to the police.
Why do you want to? That's abusive to throw someone out. It's better for you and him!
Well, only you know what you did and how unforgivable it was. If there was any chance of its being abusive, then you'll need to let her go for good. Work on changing your values and get behavioral therapy before taking on a new relationship.
After receiving that first blow it's time to GO!
---- Call the police, if the abuse continues, then leave him and never go back. ----
If he is really abusive go to the police! You should go to counseling or something.
If you have tried to talk your friend out of going back to her abusive boyfriend then you have done all you can as a trusted and loyal friend and this means your friend is a slow learner. Just let her learn the hard way and be there when she needs a shoulder to cry on the second time around and hopefully she will get the message by then. Young woman (woman of any age) will often want to go back to their abusive boyfriend or husband because they have low self esteem.