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Leaving an Abusive Relationship is Better than Expected

Research recently published by our friend and colleague Dr. Ximena Arriaga shows that people in abusive relationships underestimate the degree to which they will be better off after leaving those toxic relationships. Read more about her research here.

Check out our past article on this topic here.

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Leaving an abusive relationship is better than expected because a relationship shouldn't have to be filled with abuse. Every relationship should be filled with love and cherish prospects and happy memories. It is highly recommended that a person consider leaving if their health is at risk because of the partner. And if a person is beating another all the time and is abusing the other through actions or word, then leave.

August 15, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAlexM
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