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Why People Stay In Abusive Relationships

A destructive hesitance

Oftentimes, people often stay in cycles of hurt and abuse in the hope of having a corrective experience in the relationship.

Ignorance

They don’t know what they’re experiencing is abuse. This is more common than you think. Most abusive relationship didn’t start out as abusive, but as loving…

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