Abuse Is Wrong And It’s Not Your Fault

More often than not, we come face to face with abusers in our life. The abuse that we go through can vary from person to person. So people abuse our trust, some abuse us with their words while there are others who abuse us physically. According to the dictionary, abuse refers to “treat with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly.”

The thing with the abusers is that they are way too manipulative. They will always take advantage of the goodness in your heart and continue to hurt you. It is a vicious cycle and once you are caught up in it, it seems very hard to break out. But, you need to remember that there is always a way out. Once you get out of the negativity slowly but surely your life will take a turn for the better. It is not only people we meet that are abusers, sometimes our family, the people we trust and look up to can also turn into abusers. You just need to recognize the behavior and call it out. It will not be easy, but it is something that needs to be done. Sometimes, when you finally have the courage to call the abusers out, they will make you believe that it was somehow your fault. You need to remember that it is NEVER YOUR FAULT.

For all the people out there who blame the victim of abuse instead of the abusers keep in mind that you are no less than the culprit. It takes a lot of courage to finally speak about the abuse and horrors one has gone through and if you are not able to understand something as simple as that then you, my friend need to re-learn your values.

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