it depends really if you feel really bad then yes but if you feel up to going out then do so but really you don't want to risk it getting any worse
Abuse shouldn't happen but it happens. Most people tell themselves that the person will change, but they rarely do. My advice is to stay away from the abuser. They don't deserve you if they abuse you. Plus the person may get more violent and seriously hurt you or worse. ACW
Answer:The Boyfriend might become an abuser, but in the long run he will learn from his mistakes and i believe no, he will not become an abuser, if you feel like your being abused walk away =3
Regret is a feeling. If you feel regret, and you probably will sometimes, you have no real control over that. You can repress a feeling but you cannot change it. It is always ok to feel whatever you really feel, even when it would be a bad idea to act on the feeling. We often tend to idealize the past, feel nostalgic, forget the abuser's bad traits and offending conduct and remember the "good old times".
sometimes a verbal abuser can be consider a sociopath they get involve and like the dirty talk and begin to make them feel and enjoy group talk that is abusive.
Just be yourself :)
Banishment is worse than death to Romeo because at least with death he does not have to suffer whereas if he is banished he does not think he can bear being without Juliet.
I was dealing with one myself and the only choice I had was to stop hiding. Usually in a abusive environment, the abuser will force you not to tell. The only obvious answer is to do exactly the opposite of what the abuser tells you. Make sure you do it when your alone and when he won't find out. If the abuser is in physical contact with you then you should tell police or a person you trust that can do it for you( without the abuser knowing). Get out of the house, if you have children then get them out as well, go to a friend/ family member that the abuser doesn't know about. If the abuser knows all your family members and friends then go to a hotel ( bring money ) and make sure there is no trace of evidence that the abuser will pick up and know your there. Once at the hotel, call the police. If your married then tell someone how you feel about your abusive partner and consider a divorce.
I am not sure if it's love that they are feeling. Abuse is a cycle that is really hard to break. Love is something healty and kind and there is no love in an abusive relationship. I believe that both parties can care about each other. For the abuser they are in love with the control they have over their partner. As far as the partner is concerned, they have a very low self esteem and feel like the abuser is their whole life and that they cannot make it without them. Both people are co-dependent and it is hard for either of them to end the cycle they have become so used to.
of course. that's why abuse is so horrible. Kids feeling "strangely loyal" to their abuser is like woman not leaving their significant other when they abuse her.
yes: their virginity counts you sexual abuser!
it would feel really pointy if you touched one of its spikes but if you touched one of its clearings without spikes it would feel really rough and sometimes after it rains it would feel puffy and less rough