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Domestic dispute, family matter, anger issues, wife-beating, battering
Victim, battered woman, poor thing helpless, woman, these women, you all
It’s a personal issue, it’s private, it’s between the two of you, keep it within the four walls of your home
So you’re here because you’ve been abused? You’re here because you were hit? He hit you only once?
Perpetrator, batterer, abuser, wife-beater, offender
He’s a bad guy, he’s obviously not a good person, she’s evil, I don’t know how they can live with themself
So, it was just a misunderstanding, he hit you by mistake then?
Why did you let him do that to you? Why didn’t you fight back?
Why didn’t you just leave? Why did you choose to stay? Why are you still with them?
Did it really happen that way? Are you sure that’s what happened? Can anyone else confirm it?
You are mentally ill
Intimate partner violence, domestic violence
It’s not your fault, it was a crime
What you’re describing sounds like abuse. It’s not okay that they did or said those things to you
Person who behaved abusively, abusive person
There is no excuse for violence
What did he do to you?
What were the reasons you felt you couldn’t leave?
I hear you and believe you
I can imagine how difficult it must have been for you
You probably feel a range of emotions. Being aware of your feelings will help you with the process
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