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Cause Of Domestic Violence

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Hania Hammouda
ESW Section 1
19th of January

Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is a behavior which entails violence or abuse in a familial or private context—such as violence amongst a married couples or cohabitation (an unmarried couple that lives together). Domestic violence includes: domestic abuse, family abuse, family violence and intimate partner violence. Aggressive behaviour at home makes everything harder and less beneficial for humans, moreover, it dissociates family members from each other. Stopping domestic violence is a must, whether people think it is acceptable or not.
The most common types of domestic violence for both genders is sexual abuse, disregarding sexual orientation. (GMDVP) This can be exhibited as physical abuse,
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First, people might be abusing others because they think it's acceptable, because most of the countries don't have laws against it therefore nothing condones them from engaging in such acts. Another factor is growing up in a house full of violence, which can affect the child thus leading to the acceptance of domestic violence and causing them to grow like family members who do so. Other factors are psychological problems that could be caused by witnessing violence at their home every day or isolation, unemployment; (for example those who are inadequately educated might justify abuse because they have never been taught that violence is not the answer), depression induced by private issues, neglection, and homelessness.…show more content…
However, this does not belittle the wrong in domestic abuse. We should all vote to stop domestic violence because we all as human beings deserve to lead a peaceful life without fearing abuse or violence at home. We should also support people by providing them have treatments in order to recover from what they have experienced at home, place that should always be a safe environment to return to at the end of the day. Most of the countries do not have laws, which make it easier for people to take the risk without any consequences or punishments. Everyone has the right to feel safe and comfortable. People will never have convincing reasons for bullying or abusing each other, especially when it comes to family.

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