Hypothetically speaking, lets say you're in a relationship and for the most part the two of you get along famously. You spend all your free time together, you laugh, you have fun. But lets just say that once in a while, usually because of an addiction problem, your SO gets violent. And lets say that it's been getting worse lately and blood is being drawn and stuff (not bones) is starting to get broken. And not only that, but things are being said, things are being done, while all this is going on, and the only purpose is to twist that knife even deeper so it hurts even more. So you talk to your SO about this and this person agrees it's a problem, they feel very bad and guilty, and promise they'll take anger management courses. Will that help? I mean, what else would you do? Does it ever stop, or does it just keep getting worse and worse? And if it doesn't stop, realistically what would be your next course of action? How would you handle things beyond that? I mean, especially if you were sincerely afraid of this person's reactions ... then what?
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