Dating abused woman
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"A relationship like that warps your thinking," he says. One of the first episodes of battering occurred as the couple was preparing their wedding invitations.
One weekend, when he and Courtney were supposed to go home for his brother's birthday, Noll called his parents to say Courtney wouldn't be joining him.
He continued to shoulder the blame, saying he thought his marriage was in trouble and that he'd "done something terrible," but his parents broke through the defense. ,' and I said, 'I'm not going to answer that,'" Noll remembers. To hear my parents' voices, these two people who love me and have good heads on their shoulders, made a light bulb come on for me." It would take more than a year for their divorce to become final, and extricating himself from the relationship and abuse wouldn't be easy.
"She was on her knees, apologizing while holding my wrists very tightly, making a big show of being sorry — and it worked." By summer 2007, they were married.
Noll still didn't accept that he was a victim of domestic violence, mainly because it never occurred to him that a man could be abused by a woman.