In my experience abusive people NEVER change unless they choose to. Statistically 99 per cent of them the behaviour is so ingrained they they never change. Most of their behaviour is learnt in childhood by emulating infulential role models and family dynamics. They deny, rationalise and mininise their abuse to try to make it acceptable but no abuse is. They very often blame their victim for their own abuse, project their own issues on to other people etc. I have spent 38 years around abusers who attacked me and denied to the right to my feelings, my personal opinion is they NEVER change in the long term.
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