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10 Reasons Why I Stayed In An Abusive Relationship

Howdy and what have you been up to lately?

Have you missed the videos? I sure have missed them. The videos will be back soon, so look out for the video on the topic of this post.

Yes, I made my own excuses as we always find a good excuse as to why we need to stay in an abusive rather than get out of it.

Although I do not advocate leaving a relationship over a little argument or misunderstanding, but I wholeheartedly advocate fleeing an abusive relationship where you live and any dependents lives are in grave danger.

If you do not escape, you will forever blame yourself and the guilt alone can quite easily cause you much more anguish than the abusive relationship.

I hope you will stick around and watch the video on my reasons for staying - although I have since left the relationship.

The next blogpost/video will be an interesting topic and I will be offering a FREEBIE to tie in nicely with the topic of this post.

Thanks so much.


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