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    Domestic violence

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    What is domestic violence?

    Who are the victims of domestic violence?

    What kind of physical and psychological damage and syndromes happen to victims?

    Do you think the victim's condition is used as an excuse to shield women from being prosecuted in cases where they have been driven to kill their offenders due to extreme torturing and beatings?

    What is the difference between domestic violence and rape crime?

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    Hello. I provide the following to assist you.

    What is domestic violence? Domestic violence is the abuse perpetrated against a member of a family, someone in the same household, or a boyfriend/girlfriend abusing the other.

    Who are the victims of domestic violence? The victims of domestic violence can be a husband, a wife, a girlfriend, a boyfriend, or even a former spouse.

    What kind of physical and psychological damage and syndromes happen to victims?

    There are many emotional and psychological problems that a person may result from due to domestic violence. These include depression, a feeling of worthlessness, feeling that the violence is their fault.

    "Emotional and psychological symptoms of ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution assists in explaining domestic violence, the victims of domestic violence, and the physical and psychological damage it can do.

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