One of the most difficult Domestic Violence Questions is ‘why is it so difficult to leave a bad situation?’ And why do victims stay in a relationship that is going nowhere? What would make it easier for victims to seek help?
Those are some of the questions raised by the Guardian in a series of articles they have produced.
First, connect with your local domestic violence program and get involved. There is an international network of program. Ask how you can help the program and support victims in your own community.
One in four women will at some point in their life be beaten or abused by someone in their home.
Somewhere between 50 and 75% of all domestic violence homicides happen at the point of separation or after the victim has already left you abuser.
It is a well-known fact that many victims do not report domestic violence to the police until after they have been assaulted 25 to 30 times. How tragic?
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