I'm writing this just to ask why we should not ever believe that they change. Mine says he has. He says he's realised how wrong he was to be so horrible to me. that he is now opening up to everyone and talking and not being angry. that he wants me to help him by telling him if he's doing something he used to do which upset me so that he can learn what's right. and that sounds so positive. so why is it that it's not real? i mean, why can't we just believe it? why would it all go wrong if he really is trying? he's given examples. the only thing he won't do is get help from an organistion for those people who have been abusive. and he won't say his behaviour was all abusive. but why is that a problem if he says what he did was awful, wrong, and that he accepts it and he wants to be a better person, and he's given me examples of how he's changed? why is it that the only way he could show he's changed would be if he went on a programme? why is that... what is it that would make him fail? i think he means it. he believes it. he wants. it. what would make him change back?
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