Abusive marriages – List 3 important reasons why abuse victims may find it difficult to leave
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Beginning and ending relationships is a part of life that we all experience. Some relationships do come to an end or must be terminated. Sometimes relationships simply fade away because the people in the relationships develop new goals or new interests.
Some relationships, however, develop conflicts that result in irreconcilable differences and sometimes even result in abusive situations. Ending a relationship is never easy, even when a relationship is abusive, and conflict and violence ridden.
There is a great deal of data indicating that females particularly tend to remain in marriages in which their husbands abuse them, physically, emotionally, and/or sexually. Abusive Marriages Abusive Marriages
Do some research to explore this propensity to remain a victim in abusive marriages and/or to understand the motivations and characteristics of abusing spouses who also typically intend to stay married to the partners they abuse.
What are the dynamics that lead up to and maintain such dysfunctional marriages?