Family Violence Child Abuse/Domestic Violence Child Abuse
FAMILY VIOLENCE CHILD ABUSE/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHILD ABUSE
FAMILY VIOLENCE CHILD ABUSE/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHILD ABUSE doesn't work in isolation. Instead, it can be physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse in isolation or a combination of these above-mentioned factors. Furthermore, FAMILY VIOLENCE CHILD ABUSE/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHILD ABUSE can and does cause serious emotional, physical or a combination of both emotional/physical abusive problems for children/youth. Sadly, the use of alcohol, drugs, societal pressures, and stresses are creators of FAMILY VIOLENCE CHILD ABUSE/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHILD ABUSE. MedicineNet.com also uses other names which include: "INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC ABUSE, DATING VIOLENCE, SPOUSAL ABUSE, INTIMATE PARTNER ABUSE" (https://www.medicinenet.com/domestic_violence/article.htm).
What is FAMILY VIOLENCE CHILD ABUSE/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHILD ABUSE? Two words can be used to define this term. DOMINATION and CONTROL. A person needs, desires, must have control over someone/something because they have no control over themselves. They believe that controlling or dominating this external person gives them the control that they seek for themselves.
"Effects of domestic violence on children, result from witnessing domestic violence in a home where one of their parents are abusing the other parent, plays a tremendous role on the well-being and developmental growth of children witnessing the violence. In 2009 in the Philippines, it was estimated that as many as 7 to 14 million children were exposed to domestic violence with about 3.3 million children exposed to domestic violence in their homes every year.
Children who witness domestic violence in the home often believe that they are to blame, live in a constant state of fear and are 15 times more likely to be victims of child abuse. Close observation during an interaction can alert providers to the need for further investigation and intervention, such as dysfunctions in the physical, behavioral, emotional, and social areas of life, and can aid in early intervention and assistance for child victims" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Effects_of_domestic_violence_on_children).
Children/Youth who live in FAMILY VIOLENCE CHILD ABUSE/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHILD ABUSIVE situations are more prone to becoming adult abusers. They handle their problems in the same manner in which they witnessed their parents deal with situations.
Many people refuse to acknowledge the severe case of WHITE-COLLAR DOMESTIC ABUSE. Many women who are married to celebrities and other professional people are often too afraid to speak up regarding the abusive situation that they are living in. The few who have, i.e. Nicole Simpson, were ignored ... often made to feel that they should be grateful for the wonderful life that their husbands/wives are providing for them. #Times Up Movement and #Me Too Movement has been instrumental in opening opportunities for these women/men to speak up regarding the abusive situations that they are living in, working in, etc.