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Ladies, would you forgive a man who hit you and take him back?

Assassin~ Badass Buzz Guru 2012/06/13 01:52:38
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  • Assassi... ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/06/13 15:38:03
    Assassin~ Badass Buzz Guru
    +1
    Well Said.
  • ShinyUm... ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/06/13 18:33:48
    ShinyUmbreon01
    +1
    I can understand that...
  • 1wickedwitch 2012/06/13 06:42:31
    No
    1wickedwitch
    +3
    Hell No I would pick up a stick..
  • devon.stearns.lautner 2012/06/13 06:36:46
    No
    devon.stearns.lautner
    +2
    I wish there was an idk button but it does depend on the person and the long break that you have taken away from them.
  • Ivanabitch 2012/06/13 06:35:00
    No
    Ivanabitch
    +3
    No way!
  • raine 2012/06/13 06:32:29
    No
    raine
    +5
    I would make sure he couldn't walk anyplace
  • nothingbutthetruth 2012/06/13 06:31:51
    No
    nothingbutthetruth
    +3
    If he is an abuser once, he will be again a second time and so on. Unless he seek professional help. And even that will take some time to prove that he changed. In a situation like that, sometimes people do things in which they later regret, and sincerely mean they are sorry, but they will have to seek professional help to be sure.
  • IChangedMyNameAgain 2012/06/13 06:29:52
    No
    IChangedMyNameAgain
    +4
    I'm a guy, but any man who hits a woman (and isnt sorry) should be thrown in jail. I've never hit a girl, myself and I don't plan to start.
  • RoseyRhod 2012/06/13 06:25:42
    No
    RoseyRhod
    +4
    The cycle of abuse is much more intricate than most people realize. At this point, I would not allow myself to be abused the way I did in the past. After getting divorced and then having significant others who were all abusive in one way or another, I realized that I was deeply damaged and stopped becoming romantically involved. This was not only for my own sake, but also for my son's. At this point he is an adult and lives in his own home, but I still do not want him being exposed to questionable people. I have to work out the damage to me before I could pick an appropriate partner, and at this point I don't think I'm capable of having the type of feelings necessary to be in a romantic relationship anyway.
    My aunt was badly abused by her first husband. (I refuse to call that man my uncle.) She was with him for 25 years because she was afraid to leave. She eventually did get away from him. She is now married to a wonderful man whom I'm proud to call my uncle. But it took him 13 years to get her over the fear of marrying again.
  • SlaveWaterNymph 2012/06/13 06:21:42
    No
    SlaveWaterNymph
    +2
    you really need a depend or maybe button. But i would put maybe/depends. As in, lets say, they actually stop it and change for the better, than yes, would take them back. But if you see that they will never change then nope. So you see, it can go both ways.
  • Max7 2012/06/13 06:20:36
    No
    Max7
    +6
    I might forgive him for hitting me, but taking him back wouldn't happen.
  • KarenInKenoshaWisconsin 2012/06/13 06:17:52
    No
    KarenInKenoshaWisconsin
    +5
    No, I tried that in my first marriage and then found out that they usually escalate over time and go through the cycle of violence.
  • twocrows 2012/06/13 06:17:43
    No
    twocrows
    +5
    he did it once - he'll do it again.
    abuse only escalates. if a man hits you, don't let the grass grow under your feet. get out immediately.
  • Miko Mikomiko 2012/06/13 06:10:24
    No
    Miko Mikomiko
  • Inquisitve Kat 2012/06/13 06:09:31
    No
    Inquisitve Kat
    +2
    I hope I wouldn't, anyway.
  • Hula girl - Friends not Fol... 2012/06/13 06:07:05
    No
    Hula girl - Friends not Followers
    +6
    It's called respecting myself. If he doesn't respect me then I don't give him the chance to not disrespect me again.
  • sglmom 2012/06/13 06:04:11
    No
    sglmom
    +6
    it is called the CYCLE of abuse for a reason ..
    once the person demonstrates that there's violence in the relationship ..
    it can be a 'honeymoon' period ..
    they'll try to say .. not again ..
    but in REALITY ..

    the CYCLE goes faster and faster ..
    the abuse gets greater and greater ..
    and .. sadly enough ..
    the MOST Dangerous time ..
    is right after you say .. NO MORE ..
    (you need to have a good safety plan in place and that includes helpful caring friends)

    because even if you stay .. there's a good chance you OR your children could DIE at this one's hands too ..
  • whispering hands 2012/06/13 05:40:38
  • angelbaby 2012/06/13 05:35:16
    No
    angelbaby
  • aidet 2012/06/13 05:34:47
    No
    aidet
    +3
    i wouldnt unless it were really an accident like we were wrestling and he accidentally slapped me or something...
  • Kibbles 2012/06/13 05:21:59
    No
    Kibbles
    +3
    I'll be honest if, if I ever found out a girlfriend of mine was hit by her boyfriend I would lose it. I would beat the boy until he begs her forgiveness and then its her choice to do whatever she wants after that. I don't care if she would hate me, if he won't fear the ramifications of hitting a girl he damn well will fear me hearing about it.
  • Lucy 2012/06/13 05:21:45
    No
    Lucy
    +6
    What and wait to be killed. I would have him arrested.
  • Pat 2012/06/13 05:19:59
    No
    Pat
    +8
    I actually did take back my first husband after he had hit me. Then it happened again. So my advise to anyone is, if they hit you once, they'll hit you again. Dump him.
  • Lee The Hybrid Snowflake 2012/06/13 05:03:06
    No
    Lee The Hybrid Snowflake
    +5
    Um....that would be a big fat no!
  • raine Lee The... 2012/06/13 06:37:34
    raine
    not too bright..
  • jaydenvdv 2012/06/13 04:50:55
    No
    jaydenvdv
    +2
    There should have been another option. I stayed with the father of my son for 3 years after he started hitting me, however, I am a firm believer that NO woman that wants to hit a man should be exempt from being hit back! So in all reality, my answer would be maybe
  • Lucy jaydenvdv 2012/06/13 05:22:25
    Lucy
    +5
    Why would anyone hit anyone else?
  • raine jaydenvdv 2012/06/13 06:38:13
    raine
    +2
    stupid choice.
  • Melizmatic 2012/06/13 04:44:49
    No
    Melizmatic
    +6
    "Fool me once, shame on you.

    Fool me twice, shame on me."
  • littleb... Melizmatic 2012/06/13 19:53:12
    littlebuffalo55TBA
    +1
    Very true and a catchy little phrase!
  • Melizmatic littleb... 2012/06/13 19:54:11
    Melizmatic
    +1
    Thanks.
  • BloodlessVeins 2012/06/13 04:37:13
    Yes
    BloodlessVeins
    +1
    Still want a maybe button.
    It "depends". I think the politically correct answer would be 'no'. but what if it took a while for an abusive side to come? what if i'm just so in love that I'll put up with anything?
    I say no, but would I change my mind later? It depends.
  • Lucy Bloodle... 2012/06/13 05:23:10
    Lucy
    +3
    Then you would need a psychiatrist, because it is abnormal to tolerate abuse.
  • Assassi... Bloodle... 2012/06/13 13:41:41 (edited)
    Assassin~ Badass Buzz Guru
    +3
    I don't do maybe buttons. BTW you don't need a maybe button. I have seen it too many times with women. You chose the correct button for you. You would keep being a victim.
  • LOTR_HP~RWAC~CFM 2012/06/13 04:23:28
  • Lee The... LOTR_HP... 2012/06/13 05:03:24
  • Anne 2012/06/13 04:10:33
  • kayla 2012/06/13 04:05:58
    No
    kayla
    +3
    Nope id take care of his Ase real qwick
  • FrozenHeart 2012/06/13 04:05:30
  • YourGurll<3 2012/06/13 03:51:35
    No
    YourGurll<3
    +4
    NOOOO ! i'd be like bitch then hit him back, lmao xD just kidding , i would leave. be with someone who makes you happy not someone who makes you cry xD

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