Week 1 DQ 1 Answer - and their children. This could result...

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Most cases of domestic violence rarely end well, so the first thing I would always advise them that if you are in an abusive relationship, then it is probably best to get out as soon as possible. I know that sometimes it is easier said than done, but staying will only guarantee more if not worst of the same type behavior. I know a few women that have dealt with this very issue and few men as well. Most times, victims of domestic abuse just want their mates to love and respect them while the victim will do anything and put up with any and everything in order to try to make it work; keeping the hope that the abuser will eventually change his/her abusive ways and mannerism. One of the main problems they struggle with leaving their mate is in their mind and emotional state is the fear that they will be alone and unwanted if they leave. They tend to develop a mind frame and become content with staying relationship even if it means constant abuse to them
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Unformatted text preview: and their children. This could result in an extremely dangerous situation, especially if the abuser is someone that drinks excessively or to the point of intoxication often and or abuses drugs. There are so many women killed every year by men that claim to love them. It is sad because most of these women did not realize or have the opportunity to experience what real loves is nor how it feels emotionally, physically, and mentally. I am not very knowledgeable on how things are in Afghanistan, or how they laws are. I do think that if these women felt they had any other choice they would not choose this one as their way out. It is a tragedy and hurtful that a person can be tormented into doing something so horrible to themselves. These women are people like everyone else, and as such, deserve to be treated with love and respect....
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course HUM 111 111 taught by Professor Nazaire during the Winter '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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