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There is a long tradition of women being abused by male partners – one example of which was a recent murder in which another young woman was murdered by her lover.
Domestic violence tamara’s story: “It’s like they are telling me they really wanted me but just didn’t find the right opportunity.”
She feels betrayed that he is now saying how terrible the situation is and how she is willing to forgive him: “I do not think that he would want to see any of us that he has harmed”.
In her own statement to us Tamara stated that her friend was able to bre바카라ak up with her when he started “slipping into a pattern of violence against her that was not a choice”.
However there are some who argue that domestic violence is so dangerous for women that they cannot stand on their own two feet and take responsibility for their relationships with their abusers.
Tamara, as a young woman at the beginning of this relationship, felt abandoned, a바카라사이트bandoned by her friend and was willing to take his side. It seems likely that he had been drinking to excess, was overmedicating himself and felt that this was going to turn his life around. Tamara’s story goes further though – she felt that she was taking on the burden of the abuser by making this choice and it was not easy to stop him.
This would seem to be the only point of similarity between his actions and Tamara’s – she seems to have made these choices because she didn’t want to be a burden to the abuser and as a result was willing to accept a violent relationship. It should also be noted that Tamara has since returned to her former friend and is now the best friend she could have hoped for.
According to the Samaritans domestic violence charity this situation needs urgent attention and the Government needs to come forward with a national strategy.
The Samaritans UK advises on domestic violence and the Samaritans is the national domestic violence helpline in the UK. They provide free or low cost crisis intervention from their UK offices, on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you or someone you know needs help please visit their website or talk to them at any of their locations throughout the country.
The Samaritans can also be contacted anonymously by visiting: 0808 801 0810 or 0800 111 1110.