Domestic abuse & Violence

Behavioral patterns meant to physically harm, frighten, humiliate, manipulate can be called domestic abuse or violence. Emotional, sexual, physical, or psychological abuse may be used to gain control or to demonstrate authority. Women are considered vulnerable and weak naturally in a society having patriarchal power structure and rigid roles of genders to be played.

The most challenging element of domestic violence is sexual harassment, which involves seeking sexual behavior against will, when victim is unaware, vulnerable, or using sexually offensive names to label perpetrators. No matter what the circumstances might be, no violence should be committed against an individual. And if they have any kind of dependency on abuser, condition should be accepted and recognized. Creating a strategy to deal with the epidemic is important for ensuring a secure atmosphere for sexually exploited people. Women are typically financially dependent on their family member but it is not an appropriate mentality to forcibly keep them dependent so that they need to ask for money whenever they need to. It is a form of abuse to humiliate or insult a person before others, to try to isolate them from friends and family or to try to control their behavior.

If a partner is too possessive and much of the time keeps an eye on behavior and actions, it makes people feel insecure. Blaming a partner for being unfaithful in relationships, behaving rudely by isolating them from family and friends, or attacking their intelligence for putting you down on social occasions is something that emotionally deteriorates a person and should be raised to take the necessary action. Offering moral support is important, and letting vulnerable people know you're there to help them no matter what, they should be empowered to build on their strengths and assets.

Females are also made to feel bad for the violence they go through which is misleading, initially the horrific experience appears justified on the basis of the shared facts as the abuser feels entitled to the thoughts and actions of the victim as if they were a product but not a victim. Often women compromise and remain with an abusive spouse for their children's promising future but they are empathetic and lose the opportunity to express themselves and separation is always in the best interest of children.

Risk factors and causes –

  • Low self-esteem
  • Financial instability
  • Substance abuse
  • Emotional dependence or insecurity
  • Aggression
  • Childhood abuse
  • Physical health issues
  • Migraines

Impact of domestic abuse –

  • Depression
  • Sleep disorder
  • Suicidal tendencies
  • Emotional disturbance
  • Posttraumatic stress disorder
  • Fear and anxiety


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Abused women are made incapable of ensuring that they do not have the confidence to leave the abuser. There's often a feeling of normality towards the abuse as she's seen her mom suffer the same way. There's always an excuse for the abuser's behavior, as if someone deserves some sort of punishment.

Being emotionally associated with their partner, women often feel scared that a legal action could result in their husband being arrested. Separation isn't always the solution, counselor intervention can help to resolve the issue. Professional support may help a woman recover self-esteem and trust.

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