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My friends boyfriend treats her really bad. He is physically and emotionally abu

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    lovenolaposted 8 years ago

    My friends boyfriend treats her really bad. He is physically and emotionally abusive but she...

    will not listen to anyone and help herself get out of the relationship. What can I do to help her?

  2. H P Roychoudhury profile image48
    H P Roychoudhuryposted 8 years ago

    You should give her a company without giving importance to the relationship till she is settles in mind. Time is a factor that makes a person to mentally fit to reassess the past happenings only then you can share with her to rebuild the earlier relation.

  3. manic monday profile image57
    manic mondayposted 8 years ago

    The sad truth is nothing until she is ready to leave. I have an article that I wrote on this subject. I invite you to visit my page, and read my article on Domestic Violence.

  4. jshires0 profile image56
    jshires0posted 7 years ago

    Clearly, your friend is not ready to (or is afraid to end this destructive relationship) so she will not do so until she has had enough (hopefully before it is too late).  Unfortunately, all you can do is to continue to lovingly encourage her to do what she knows in her heart is the right thing to do, and provide her with informative articles and resources that she can read on her own that might give her the strength to do what is in her own best interest.  Refer her to my powerful article on the subject.  It just may be just the thing that might get her attention enough to seriously consider making a necessary change.

  5. Anamika S profile image54
    Anamika Sposted 7 years ago

    The sad truth is that nothing can be done until she makes up her mind if she should stay and suffer or leave the relationship for good. Some people are used to taking abuses and there is nothing one can do about it. Or maybe she is looking for the security a relationship can offer or have self esteem issues. Whatever the case may be she needs to open her eyes and decide what is best for her.