Domestic Violence – Info & Research

Information & Research – Domestic Violence

Stalking

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Stalking is “The willful, malicious and repeated following and harassing of another person”(Meloy, 1998).   Stalking may include a set of various behaviors such as:   Repetitive unwanted phone calls Sending unwanted gifts (romantic orRead more …

Why People Stay

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Many people don’t understand why someone would stay in a violent relationship.   Here are just some reasons: Fear: Repeated threats often paralyze the victim. Leaving is often the most dangerous time in a batteringRead more …

Power & Control vs. Equality

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POWER and CONTROL     EQUALITY    

Signs of an Abusive Relationship

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You may be in an abusive relationship if your partner: * Calls you names, insults or criticizes you * Is jealous or possessive * Isolates you * Monitors your whereabouts, phone calls, or other electronicRead more …

Children & Domestic Violence

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Child Witness to Violence

Social Implications and Costs of Intimate Partner Violence Children and Domestic Violence   A child’s exposure domestic violence is the strongest risk factor for transmitting violent behavior from one generation to the next.    

The Medical, Mental Health & Legal Systems

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Intimate Partner Violence

Social Implications and Costs of Intimate Partner Violence The Medical, Mental Health & Legal Systems   The Bureau of Justice Statistics reports approximately 1/5 of patients are treated for injuries inflicted by an intimate partner.Read more …