Domestic violence

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One of the most frustrating things in the world to most people is the fact that domestic violence happens every day with no signs of slowing down. These are some important points describing what isdomestic violence, why does this happen, also some points of how can we stop it and know how to prevent it.

Believe it or not, this problem gets more common and uglier every year. Domesticviolence is a violent confrontation between family or household members involving physical harm, sexual assault, or fear of physical harm. This abuse is commonly made toward husbands or romanced partners.Using physical and sexual abuse: hair pulling, biting, shaking, pushing, pinching, choking, kicking, conferment, slapping hitting, punching, using weapons, forced intercourse, un wanted sexualtouches in public or in private and depriving her of food or sleep. Domestic violence is not only physical and sexual abuse but also psychological. Psychological violence means intense and degradation,creating insolation and controlling the actions or behaviors of the spouse through intimidation or manipulation to the detriment of the individuals.

These situations usually occur when a man or awoman have all of their rage built up and then they can’t contain it anymore so it comes out as physical aggression. There could be any number of reasons, including family dysfunction, inadequatecommunication skills, provocation by women, stress, chemical dependency, lack of spirituality and economic hardship. The economic issue is one of the most common causes of this abuse. Gets the abuserfrustrated and angry it totally changes his mood, so it make him be aggressive and hit his partner in most of the cases. While these issues are often associated with the abuse of women, they are not thecause, nor will the removal of these factors mitigate or end the problem of domestic violence. Abusers adopt and maintain abusive behavior patterns because these patterns allow them to gain and...
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