Love is sweet a one point it’s gets bitter seriously cuz hurting your partner only means love is no more there that’s what I think
How to get out from an abusive relationship
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There is no way you can be hurting someone you love except they hurt you and you trying to revenge or the love you had for your partner is no longer there.Hurting your partner for no reason is wrong because you loved her before approaching her.some men and women are like that after having sex twice or five times with their spouse they lost interest in them but for how long?you are going to get married and keep on divorcing?love stands all tests of time,if he or she did something wrong or your found someone else tell him or her but know you would be hurting your partner if he or she is still in love with you.Find a way and talk things out with your partner.I know you wouldn’t be happy if someone does same to you but feelings are involved here so,trash things out now.
Woo.. I can feel your frustration my dear, honestly speaking; getting out of an abusive relationship isn’t that easy, but offcourse’ we all deserve to live a life free of fear. Here are some tips to find help for abused and battered women in relationships. Ending a significant relationship is never easy. It’s even harder when you’ve been isolated from your family and friends, psychologically beaten down, financially controlled, and physically threatened.
Moreover if you’re trying to decide whether to stay or leave, you may be feeling confused, uncertain, frightened, and torn. Maybe you’re still hoping that your situation will one day change or you’re afraid of how your partner will react if he discovers that you’re trying to leave him. One moment, you may desperately want to get away, and the next, you may want to hang on to the relationship based on some certain personal reasons. Sometimes you may even blame yourself for the abuse or feel weak and embarrassed because you’ve stuck around in spite of it. Don’t be trapped by confusion, guilt, or self-blame. The only thing that matters here is your safety.
If you are being abused, remember:
You are not to blame for being battered or mistreated.
You are not the cause of your partner’s abusive behavior.
You deserve to be treated with respect.
You deserve a safe and happy life.
Your children deserve a safe and happy life (if there’s any).
You are not alone. There are people willing to help.
To get started, start by reaching out to your closed and confident family members, seek legal services, and childcare. If you’re staying with your partner under the same roof, you might want to take a break by moving to your parent house; perhaps this might also help disolve some tension in your abusive relationship.