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Domestic Violence


 Hereditary effects (having experienced repression and violence in their parents)

 The aggressor may suffer from mental health problems
 Sexual abuse
 Verbal hostility (insults, or threats)
 Indifference and lack of affection between the spouses
 Societies that are insensitive to authoritarian regimes.
 Scarce resources, poverty and lack of culture and sensitivity
 Alcohol and drugs abuse
 The widespread idea of brutality in men and submission to women and that men has
rights over women
 The antiquated image that the man contributes the resources and the woman takes care
of the house and the children.
 Little or no self-esteem
 Infidelity
Physical aggressions that in many cases can lead to the death of one or several components of
the family unit.
Defenselessness of the victim in front of his aggressor until it is denounced, or until the law
impose precautionary measures. A quick response to this situation is vital to help the victim,
although in many cases it comes when there is no solution.
Some corrective measures advocate for conciliation rather than punishment of the aggressor and
the victim's safeguard.
In the victim and after repeated acts of violence comes the idea of suicide as erroneous measures
of solution to their problem.
It is frequent that family violence, mostly because of shame, does not transcend outside the core
itself until the elements that compose it, suffer a serious problem to externalize it.
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Establish limits in marriage when someone start to scream, as violent acts begin with the lack of
communication in the couple.
Stop violent acts as soon as possible, since It is proven that when this situation is accepted once,
a process of "normalization of the situation" begins.
Talk to a relative or someone of trust about the problem as soon as possible and ask for help

Gender violence:
Violent behavior toward women occurs as patterns of behavior learned and passed down from
generation to generation.
The social norms minimize the damage produced and justify the violent action of the husband.
It is tried to explain attributing it to disorders of the husband or even of the woman.
The aggressor may have some kind of sexual frustration.
The aggressor may isolate the victim from their family and friends.
Inhibited sexual desire or total absence of desire, fear to sexual activity, gynecological
disorders, unwanted pregnancies and / or complications in pregnancy.
The victim is often unable to feel loved.
Decreased social communication and interpersonal skills.
Suicidal impulses
The best way to stop gender violence is by educating children in a healthy environment and
Foment bonds of respect and equality among all components of the family.
Participate in campaigns and promotional activities and transmit the message that violence
against women is unacceptable.
Contribute to brake sexist stereotypes
to raise awareness among journalists and other communication professionals who report on
violence against women, which will contribute to improving the quality of information and
raising awareness of gender violence

(domestic violence) Individuals. Childs who attacks others has experienced humiliation and
aggression by adults or some kind of abuse within their environment, whether family, school or
social. This child feels superior to being able to exercise their violence with those who do not
defend themselves or respond to intimidation.
Family. An aggressive child manifests this behavior when presenting within his family nucleus
an environment with absence of attention and lack of affective bonds, where there are situations
of abandonment by some of the parents, and children living in an authority. environment. It also
presents with children who live in constant pressure to achieve progress in their schooling or
some other activity.
School environment. In a school with a lack of vigilance, order, discipline, and lack of
coordination and collaboration among teachers, tutors and managers, it is a fertile ground for
school violence to occur. Other factors are the absence of limits, the permissiveness of the
teachers, the lightness in the practice of values, the lack of prevention of aggressive behavior.
Behavioral changes: introversion, shyness. social isolation and loneliness.
Loss of interest in studies, which can lead to lower school performance and failure.
The victim stops attending school and even drops out of school.
Problems in social and family relationships.
Post-traumatic stress syndrome.
Low self-esteem
Resolve the domestic violent. Whit a stronger law and security system.
Give chat to the parents of the kids who has been involve in bullying. So they can talk to their
Delimit what can be consider bullying and stop it immediately in the schools who has it.