Can your relationship be classified as relationship goals or an abusive relationship? Most of the crimes I write about all begin with domestic abuse or domestic violence. What would it take for you to leave your abusive spouse or lover? Have you thought about it? How long have you dealt with emotional or physical abuse? Have you wondered if the abusive loved one can change?
The answer is debatable and depends on the source. Some so-called former abusers swear they’ve changed. But many experts believe it’s biologically impossible for most abusers to change, even if they want to do it.
In most cases, no matter what an abuser says or promises to do, and despite their attempts to minimize and push down abusive tendencies by using positive tools—one day, when the right buttons are pushed, and the situation is right—or wrong, an abusive husband or problematic boyfriend will return to what they know—abuse. And that could be the day that it all ends in disaster.
Here’s a difficult fact: despite meditation, despite medication, despite classes, or religion, most abusers will ALWAYS BE abusers.