I am well aware its 7 years past, and the likelihood of her reading that is nil. But still, as an example, having been through it, I would put myself out there for her. I've done it before, I'd do it again. The core issue is it is not 'why she goes back?' that should be asked but knowing she is alone and isolated and broken over and over by someone knowingly doing it. Just reaching back, that's the thing that is effective. Because god knows she's reaching out. And its the duty of one who knows to see it. Because society doesn't quite get it. My own loving, healthy family didn't get it. Now they do. We all do.