How to get over an abusive relationship?

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What is a relationship? A relationship is defined as a state of connectedness or relatedness between two or more people. This can be associated by blood or marriage (kinship). This is also describedas the mutual dealings or connections of feelings between two existing parties or individuals. It can be an emotional or sexual affair or liaison or it can be something friendly or business-related.There are actually a lot of things that make a relationship successful. Being in a romantic relationship requires the involvement of passion and care for each other. These are the things that help runan intimate relationship and make it become healthy. However, as time pass by, relationships can also turn sour. One of the persons involved in a relationship can lose its affection for the otherindividual, which can actually result to becoming abusive and brutal. This is the reason why there are already a lot of divorces these days, which is a result from having an abusive relationship. But isit possible to manage a relationship such as this? Below are some of the things that can be done in order to learn how to get over an abusive relationship.
Understanding an Abusive Relationship
Anabusive relationship is actually a very difficult situation to get over with. This is why many people coming from this type of situation find it hard to move past the pain and the nightmares of thisrelationship. Abuse coming from the hands of a loved one can actually leave us the feeling or worthlessness, hopelessness anddepression. The abuser may be good in making us feel weak and unworthy, butthese are actually lies in order for us not to have enough strength to fight or move on. Fortunately, there are a lot of ways that we can do in order to escape the pains and burden of an abusiverelationship. This however, requires us to have full determination and courage to face the new chapter of our lives. Below are the step by step processes in doing it.
Step 1: Cutting all the Connections...