Domestic violence

Aimen khan
Domestic violence is present in almost every society in the world. The term can be classified on several bases. Violence against spouse, children, or the elderly are some of the most common cases. There are different types of tactics that the attacker uses against the victim. Physical abuse, emotional abuse, psychological abuse or deprivation, economic deprivation/abuse, etc. are the most common types of abuse victims.
Domestic violence is not only a problem in developing or underdeveloped countries. It is also very common in developed countries. Domestic violence is a reflection of our pseudo-civilized society. Violence has no place in the civilized world. But the number of cases reported each year is a matter of great concern. the full picture of how; most cases are not recorded or go unnoticed in everyday life. This is a very dangerous trend that is creeping into our society and must be countered with an iron fist.
Women and children are often easy targets. The situation in societies is really bad. Numerous deaths occur every day as a result of domestic violence alone. Society is one of the factors causing the problem. Dowry is one of the main causes of violence against newly married brides. Physical assaults on women, appalling remarks, and denial of basic human rights are common in many parts of the country. Children are also the target of this inhuman behavior.
 A deep understanding of the matter is required. The double standards and hypocrisy of members of society are evident in these matters. Often the abuser behaves psychotically or requires psychological counseling for this wandering behavior. cumulative irresponsible behavior of part of society. Not only is the perpetrator the main culprit, but those who allow it and are silent bystanders are complicit in the crime.
 It may not be easy to identify domestic violence at first. While some relationships are clearly abusive, to begin with, the abuse often starts out subtle and gets worse over time. You may experience domestic violence if you are in a relationship with someone who:
abuses or belittles you
prevents you from going to work or school or seeing family or friends
trying to control how he spends money, where he goes, what medicines he takes or what he wears
appears jealous or possessive or constantly accuses you of being unfaithful
gets angry when he drinks alcohol or uses drugs
tries to control if he can see a provider caring
Threatens you with violence or a weapon
Punches, kicks, jabs, slaps, chokes, or injures you, your children, or your pets Forces you to have  or engage in sexual activities Engaging in acts against your will
Holds you accountable for your violent behavior or tells you you deserve it
Threatens friends, family, co-workers, or community members to tell them your sexual orientation or gender identity
It is time for all parents who engage in domestic violence, who believe violence is their right, who disrespect their spouse, who cannot control their anger, and who do not care about the psychological impact on their child, to rethink. It is time to raise awareness that violence cannot be accepted at any cost. It’s time to teach our children that violence is not the answer to conflict, and teach our daughters never to expect violence. It’s time for victims of violence to stop justifying domestic violence at the hands of their partner and to understand that it’s not your (the victim’s) fault. for help from friends, hotlines, and professional experts.
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