How To Get Someone Out of a Destructive Relationship

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Dear woman,

You’re not a punching bag nor are you a garbage can. You deserve happiness, so find it. from an unwritten Book.

Most people believe it’s rude to interfere in other people’s relationships, but sometimes, it’s necessary.

4 Ways To Know When Interference is Necessary:

1. Violence involved

Never stand by and watch anyone physically assault their partner, that’s like aiding a criminal. You should call for help if you’re physically incapable or restrain the violent partner to prevent more damage from being done.

2. If there’s verbal assault

Everybody wants to feel wanted and special. Not like a dishrag or garbage. When you see a couple and there’s one person verbally assaulting the other, don’t think twice before you talk. Of could escalate to violence or if they have kids, that partner could cause psychological damage.

3. If you see a couple that’s too busy for each other

Interference isn’t quite necessary here, but if you’re friends with them, you should take them aside individually and talk to them. If they don’t have time for each other, their relationship won’t survive questions and speculation.

4. If they’re moving too fast

Every relationship requires trust, but trust comes in different forms. And only one is real. The one that has passed the test of time. Although time waits for no man, time helps to show you the man you didn’t see before. So, if they’re getting married after meeting a week ago, you need to interfere.

They’re some other cases which I’ll discover with time and tell you, but the above mentioned ones are among the most serious and also the most delicate.

Don’t let your silence be a bad thing.

But don’t out yourself in a dangerous situation, otherwise, you won’t be of any help and you might be harmed or you might lose a friend.

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