Hi, kindly find attached complete work.
Just like bullying and coercion, domestic violence is a purposeful behavior which
involves dominating one partner through repeated, ongoing and intentional control tactics which
could be sexual, physical, psychological, economic, legal or institutional. Domestic violence has
a long term effect on the psychology of the victim just like how bullying does to a child. In
domestic violence there is a victim and the person who inflicts harm on the victim just as
compared to bullying and coercion (Callaghan, Jane & et al, 2015).
There is a lot to learn on the video given since it is quite educative. I have learned that
once you are in domestic violence being a victim sometimes you do not really accept that you are
a victim of violence and hence end up justifying the actions of your partner. The best thing to do
rather is understand that it is either you get out of the relationship alive or end up dead since it is
a dangerous situation. It is not advisable to keep silent but one needs to talk and let others know
what he or she is going through ...
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