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Why do verbally and mentally abusive men blame the fighting and problems on you and is it best to leave?

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2005-09-09 22:47:30
2005-09-09 22:47:30

The person doing the abusing is always responsible for that abuse. Abusive people always place the responsibility on someone else, and they always will if they can get away with it. If a situation becomes physical, it's always time to leave.

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He screams at me right in my face calls me names


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