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domestic violence statistics

And experts say their ignorance is troubling.
Domestic violence rates for indigenous people showed little change in a five-year span.
Abuse is always the responsibility of the abuser. Always. If we want to significantly change attitudes and feel optimistic about progress then we need to hear people saying loudly that there is no action or choice by a victim that can ever justify abuse. Not if she cheats on him, if she's a bad cook, if she nags, if she hates his mother, if she is passive, if she has different priorities, if she's stressed out, if she doesn't feel like sex, if she likes to spend, if she's a poor communicator, if she hates mopping the floor or if she forgets his birthday.
The effects of domestic violence at home is following half of its victims to work, according to a recent study about the