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    Default Do Aggressors tend to stay in dysfunctional relationships?

    Aggressors are apparently 'relentless' in the pursuit of their love interest and are not likely to switch their 'target'. So do Aggressors stay in relationships that are long dead, hoping to revive it somehow?

    Additionally, what does it take for an Aggressor to lose interest in their object of affection? The descriptions seem to imply that it is very difficult to shake off an Aggressor.

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    In my experience, victims tend to stay dysfunctional relationships more than aggressors, especially ethical ones.

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    My LSI-Ti ex husband did stay in several relationships even after they were no longer "alive" out of personal responsibility. But at the same time he knew how to "shake things up". Se ego gets bored if there's not enough tension/struggle etc.

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