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Domestic Violence Essay

  • Submitted by: dani*girl
  • on December 7, 2008
  • Category: Social Issues
  • Length: 2,743 words

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“Wife beating,” (Domestic Violence, 2008) is a term used to defend women from Domestic Violence, but women aren’t the only ones suffering from Domestic Violence so do men. Domestic Violence is a state of emotional abuse often used in relationships in order to gain control of the spouse/ partner in the relationship. Domestic Violence can happen to people of all races, religions, cultures, and ethnicities.   Domestic Violence is an action capable by anyone and can also be prevented; no one should ever have to become a victim and deal with such abuse. The sad part of it all is today’s society does not give importance to cases involving Domestic Violence our own law enforcement from different branches are to blame. Is Domestic Violence taken seriously or is it taken lightly, that is the question?  
          What is Domestic Violence? Name calling/put downs, sexual assault, actual and physical harm are all different acts of Domestic Violence; these acts may not seem as a violence, but once that they start occurring frequently it becomes Domestic Violence. Believe it or not Domestic Violence has its own cycle this cycle consist of different phrases first, we have the Honeymoon Phrase: characterized by affection, apology, and apparent end of violence; second we have Tension Building Phrase: characterized by poor communications, tensions, fear of causing outbursts; lastly we have Acting our Phrase: characterized by outbursts of violent, abusive incidents (Domestic Violence, 2008). Domestic Violence consists of different types of abuse for example: Psychological Abuse, Physical Abuse, Sexual Abuse and Incest, and Economic Abuse Domestic Violence, 2008). All of these abuses lead up to one another and once they start it’s hard for them to end; once this mistreatment begins the abuser enjoys seeing the victim suffer and does not want to stop his addiction. Domestic Violence can be considered an addiction reason being that it is done constantly that it doesn’t feel right not...

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