AFTER THOUGHT ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

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I don’t get it. Please can someone help me solve this riddle:

“You are a young lady (or guy) and you are in a relationship with someone but not yet married. This person abuses you physically and verbally. Beats you up occasionally, yells at you and calls you all kinds of derogatory names, yet you remain glued in the relationship.”

IS IT THAT DIFFICULT TO GET OUT?

Somebody help me here please?

I don’t get it at all!!!

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2 thoughts on “AFTER THOUGHT ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

  1. Emeka Ihebie says:

    The truth is that the best option is to get. However, it might be difficult to get out realistically speaking. The abused may not even know that he or she can get out. Secondly, the abuser may be the abused’s source of finance, clothing and shelter especially where the abused has no source of income and is totally dependent on the abuser. Then the psychological aspect: I have some abused say that the reason for the abuse is love. In other words, the acts of the abuser is actuated by love. How that is possible, I don’t know. Anyway I am just trying to point out that things may not be as easy as they seem. Good poser!!!!

    1. chidimmaihebie says:

      How can love be the reason for an abuse? That should be lust or infatuation, but definitely not love! On getting out being difficult, I think some people that have given their body, with the other things like: time, money, etc find it more difficult to leave an abusive relationship than people that held back their body till marriage. All the same, I don’t think anything can justify one who is not yet married to remain in an abusive relationship. I see it as a serious sign of desperation at the expense of one’s life.

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