Block users This is the list of members you have blocked and you can unblock them from here. The second question, "Why Do Adults Stay In Abusive Relationships? Partners in abusive relationships have varying reasons for remaining in them.
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A second layer of reasons for why people stay in abusive relationships is uncovered by learning about the so-called "cycle of abuse." In a typical instance of domestic abuse (where one partner is abusive towards the other), abuse tends to occur periodically (cyclically), rather than constantly (all the time).
There is no clear beginning to the cycle of abuse, but for purposes of describing it, we can start at an arbitrary stage along its progression.
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Something event occurs, whether real or only imagined by the abuser, that generates feelings of anger or even rage.
These feelings then lead to the second stage of the cycle, which is where the actual abusive behavior occurs.
This may not be a rational position to take in all cases; the children may be in fact far more damaged by staying in proximity to an abusive father than they would be by being raised by a single mother.