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Old 12-05-2017, 11:10 AM
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Originally Posted by nygirl17 View Post
How is this even a question??? Wow
It's something many victims of domestic violence/abuse question at some point. Not whether being hit is OK, we all know it's not, but whether we did something to make that person angry/jealous/disappointed/lash out. That's part of the abuse cycle and the manipulative way an abuser works.

It's a question because when you've experienced abuse you have to be able to answer it in a way that heals. Getting feedback from from other victims who have recovered or, as you posted, people who have not been abused reflect the absurdity of the idea and give us a grounding point for what is considered healthy.

No, it's never OK to hit your partner. There are always other options to handle your emotions. A person who abuses has those options.
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