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2 abusers together.2 victims together, possible?
July 27, 2009
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Just out of curiosity... victims and abusers do well together. Well what if two victims were to meet, or two abusers were to meet.. which couple would last the longest?

July 27, 2009
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Victims are passive so my best guess would be the victims together.

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July 27, 2009
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victims. the abusers would be to confrontational and would always be fighting. the victims wouldn't be attacking each other

July 27, 2009
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If we have been victims, then havent we been abusers?. visa-versa..

July 27, 2009
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How about 2 unicorns? 2 centaurs? 2 fairies?

As long as we are talking about mythical creatures.

July 28, 2009
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wireless- In dysfunctional relationships the role of "victim" and "abuser" are often interchangable. In the book The Sociopath Next Door the auther states that the best indicator of a sociopath is the pity play. Which leads me to believe that "victims" and "abusers" could be one in the same. A person who identifies with being a "victim" is very unhealthy. A healthy person refers to themselves as being a "survivor". When the word "abuser" is used it could me mental and physical. Many "victims" of child and sexual abuse grow up to be abusers. Most "abusers" have "victims".

July 28, 2009
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I think it all dependents on how extreme their insanities are from each other. The closer and similar they are in character, the more likely they are to last longer together. Two alcoholics could do very well together until one of them starts to get recovery and then the balance is upset and the relationship starts to disintegrate.

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