I belonged to this group about 8 mos ago, and it was a real lifesaver to speak to others about the constant abuse. Things came to a culmination with me cracking up right after christmas. Part of what was going on ended in filing bankruptcy. THE VERY DAY that decision was made our relationship changed, for the better. He stopped yelling all the time and became just a nicer guy all around.It actually does happen (although rarely) that an abuser relents. Just want you all to know that this is possible and we don't always have to walk away from these relationships! I thought it was only fair to let you guys know this!
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