I partially agree with you. yes, people should be careful when using curses (or casting most spells, really). knowledge and experience are important. I don’t believe in laws of return, but for people who do, check out: Ways to protect yourself when casting curses, hexes and bindings.
anyway, I’d like to ask you to please consider my perspective on this. I don’t encourage anyone to do anything. I provide the information/resources/opinions that’s asked of me (within reason). this is a curse friendly blog and if you’re not comfortable with that, all I can suggest is that you unfollow me (though I do tag #curses, if you want to block it). I’ve been asked for tips on death curses and tips on effectively using deadly herbs. those questions get deleted.
you mention the dangers. I want to point out that the person who inspired you to send this message wants to curse someone who is abusing them and the abuser won’t stop. that’s dangerous. this person is in emotional and/or physical danger. they also stated that law enforcement isn’t helping. they are already in a dangerous situation, dealing with a dangerous person.
personally, I believe that practical methods should be tried before turning to witchcraft, but having been in a similar situation as the anon, sometimes the only way you can defend and protect yourself (if you are a witch who is comfortable with curses) might be to curse/bind the abuser. sometimes you have to fight back and sometimes cursing is the only way you can when other options have failed. whatever someone’s reason for cursing is, it’s theirs. it’s their responsibility to educate themselves, though I have plenty of resources on this blog for protection and dealing with negative energy.
I believe that curses can have positive outcomes. I rarely curse, but the last time I did, I believe it got someone very harmful and dangerous out of my life. I don’t think curses are dark magic. magic is magic. I’m sorry this got rambly — I’m pretty tired.