(…)Literature Review: The State of the Problem Every minute, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), at least 24 people in the US are exposed to threats, psychological pressure, or physical or sexual violence (Basile et al.).
It is a paradox, but it happens in the living rooms and bedrooms and at family events, where people should actually feel completely safe.
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Women are too embarrassed to seek help from the police or special support groups, especially when they have experienced violence committed by an intimate partner.
(…)Conclusion The problem of domestic violence has existed for a long time in all countries, and reflects the disharmony and imbalance in society.
Domestic violence and divorce are very common social problems.
More and more young couples are going through the process of divorce after a year or two of marriage.
Divorce and domestic violence contain hundreds of issues.
These topics can be viewed from various points: social, psychological, historical, economic, and more.