My best friend is an abusive realtionship.He throws her around and beats her head on the ground all the time.She says she loves him and it hard to just leave.Im i wrong for telling her to act likes its all ok and leave and never talk to him agian.I mean no one deserves to be treated that way whats so ever.I mean there is healthy love and bad love.Love itsnt supose to hurt in any kind of way right?I feel helpless i mean i love her she has been my best friend for 4 years and there is nothing i can do about.So i guess what i am writng about is to help the people who has some one in thier lives that is in an abusive realationship.You can't help some one that don't want to be helped all you can do is be there with your arms wide open for when they are.
by Sunny Girl8 years ago
Hello Everybody,I just wanted to share with you the 'real' truth of my lovely happy marriage. I feel I am really happy married and in general I have a wonderful DH and a our adorable 14 months son.Most happy couples...
by Zaiden Jace5 years ago
Would you stay in an abusive relationship? If you have been in one how did you get out?
by starme776 years ago
O.k guys , ya'll know I got rid of the abusive husband, I started the hub challenge, (only got 2 done but it was something any way) just worked really hard to get into a normal. peaceful life with 11...
by Johnjfernando5 years ago
Why do women stay in relationships that are rocky with husbands that repeatedly abuses them
by MissJamieD4 years ago
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by Mark Passarelli4 years ago
I just heard that Rihanna is getting back together with Chris Brown and I can't believe it. Can someone please shed some light on this?
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