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Domestic Violence

"Domestic violence occurs when one partner abuses the other. There are many reasons for the behavior. One motive is to gain control over one’s partner. Domestic violence has different levels of severity. There are also differences in how often it can occur. It may happen in any type of relationship. It can impact family, friends, and others. Domestic violence is also known as intimate partner violence, spousal abuse, and domestic abuse. It is possible to stop domestic violence or recover from it if you are a survivor. Staying in an abusive situation can have negative long-term effects. But recovery is possible.Domestic violence is dangerous. To help, therapy must be used appropriately. Couples therapy might not help those in a relationship with domestic violence. It may not be healthy to work on a relationship with an abusive partner. This is even the case if a therapist is present. If your or your children’s safety is in danger, it may be best to leave that situation. Therapy can be helpful in treating the effects of domestic abuse. Domestic violence may leave lasting physical and mental effects. Therapists can help people work through mental health issues caused by domestic abuse. Therapy for domestic abuse may be most effective when each member of the relationship seeks treatment separately. "

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