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How to Help Someone in an Abusive Relationship | Psychology Today

Because unsolicited intervention can feel disrespectful and controlling, it’s best to tread carefully. Victims must make their own decision to leave or take other actions, such as reporting stalking to authorities. To gently push them in that direction it’s best to ask questions like, “Are you open to getting medical attention, calling a hotline, reporting the stalking, going to the police, talking to an attorney (etc.)?,” instead of telling them what they must do.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/presence-mind/201510/how-help-someone-in-abusive-relationship

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