That being said I do think predators seek out the ‘weak’ and especially those victims who haven’t chosen to heal are more vulnerable to repeated abuse by bad people. So I do think getting help and putting in the work to heal from an abusive situation is essential to not risk another one.
So very true *hug*
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I would want to understand how they got into an abusive relationship and how long they remained once the abuse began. However, I accept women who have flaws and I'm hopeful that they will accept a guy who is flawed.
I don’t think less of you. Nobody deserves that.
@Agape93 Thank you )
Anytime hon :)
Sure. Some view victims as though they are damaged goods, or that they aren’t worth loving long term.
Where are you meeting people like that? Sounds like they have some issues of their own they need to sort out
Stuff I’ve heard offline, not from any good people.
Yeah that person has issues and is just projecting their own insecurities I think most if not all compassionate people would agree with everyone else here
Well, those people might miss out on the love of their life just because they view victims as damaged goods. I’ve been a victim of sexual assault and my boyfriend loves me all the same.
You have a good man then :)
Well, he has a brain and can think past his emotions. Apparently no one else can lol
That's awesome !!!
You sound like you’ve never been outside for more than an hour.
I'll make it clear, once I read an article written by a sexologist and it was about some of the cases he attended in his career. One such case was a husband and wife, their problem was the wife is not able to involve sexually with the husband. She loves him and she wants it too, but when they try to get intimate, the wife becomes uncomfortable and resists him.During the counseling, it was found that she was harassed in the past and that experience created a fear or resistance in her. The problem was solved after his treatment and the doctor specifically stated that the husband was sensible enough to understand the problem with his wife and seek professional help. If the person cannot understand, it will ruin the relationship.
I agree... Why attack/blame the victim, that just victimizes them more... Anyone that don't get that, well... Let's just say asshole ain't the word I'd user for someone like that, that's too nice a word in my opinion...
He sounds like an idiot!
@Mikelaughs yeah... fooled me...
I'm sorry that you had bad experiences!