How to Rescue Someone From an Abusive Relationship


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Domestic abuse is a worldwide epidemic that affects everyone, regardless of race, sex, financial status or religion. There's the side that we can see---it can be as obvious as a black eye or a broken arm. But a much more powerful form of domestic abuse tears down victims' self-esteem, consuming them with feelings of hopelessness and guilt and causing them to withdraw from those who love and care about them the most. This is called emotional abuse, and it's much more damaging because in time, physical wounds can heal, but emotional scars can last a lifetime.
Perhaps you know someone who's in the midst of an abusive relationship and can't find a way out. It might even

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