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Things You Should Know About Victims In Abusive Relationships
Abusive relationships are beyond heartbreaking. The cycle of abuse is vicious, misleading and confusing for those involved. While people on the outside wonder why you don't just leave, it's more complicated than you might think. These people reveal from their first hand experiences what it's really like to be in an abusive relationship and why it can be so hard to walk away. These confessions will remind you that there's always more than meets the eye and that plenty of people are still trapped in the cycle of abuse. Remember, no one deserves toxic energy in their lives.

It keeps better.

Last year my biggest problem was being a victim of domestic violence. This year my biggest problem is Hating my social awkwardness. Life gets better.

Not cool.

I’ve been a victim of domestic violence, and now, I’m being made to feel like the whole thing was my fault.

It's not gender specific.

People forget that men can be in abusive relationships too. My ex-girlfriend was the abusive one. She abused me in all the ways she could. I'm still not the same person I was before. I don't know if I will be ever again.

So heartbreaking.

Being a victim of domestic violence sucks. You made me feel damaged, and broken.
I can’t even look at myself anymore without seeing what you did to me.

There IS life after abuse.

After being in an abusive relationship I can say now that I’m stronger. What happened doesn’t define me but it’s my truth so I tell it to maybe help someone in need.

The cycle is so toxic.

The scariest thing about being in an abusive relationship is that no matter how much you hate him when you're alone, the minute you see him your heart throbs and all is forgotten.