Happened to watch the above 11 minutes video by an Indian woman who has suffered domestic violence repeatedly. Time and again , I have to listened to the things like," once abuser always abuser; ", "once perpetrator of domestic violence always a perpetrator. " etc. For the first time in my life, I have listened to a view which is diametrically opposite to the above one. It is more fascinating when I listened to it from a woman herself; much more so from a woman who has suffered domestic violence by her self. Her concept is , "give the male perpetrator of domestic violence a second chance; the second Chance is worth it" Very recently I have read a thread here, of an Indian origin American woman about how she was about to file for divorce, from her husband , based on domestic violence and abuse. She gave him a second chance, at the instance of her father. Much to her own surprise and dismay, her husband changed a lot and she could save her marriage. (Do not want to name her). For the past 4 years I have been reading every single thread in this forum. The above is the only one real life story, where an abusing husband has changed totally upon being given a second Chance. Are such stories really a rare thing or it's common that abusing men will change , if given a second chance ? How many such instances of relationship have you come across where abusers change upon being given a second chance ?