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Psychological Violence: Still Violence, Still a Crime
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Psychological Violence: Still Violence, Still a Crime

No woman – whether a member of the high class or earning the minimum wage – is immune to domestic violence, be it physical, emotional, psychological, or economical. Although studied less than other forms of intimate partner violence, psychological abuse is the only reality known to millions of women across the globe, with dramatic consequences for those abused.

 

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Reaching Out to Victims of Domestic Violence
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Reaching Out to Victims of Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is a healthcare issue of epidemic proportions, as well as a blatant violation of victims’ human rights. During the last 30 years, the impact of domestic abuse has been shattering to victims, their families and the communities they arepart of.

 

The most recent report of the World Health Organization on the prevalence and health consequences of intimate partner violence (IPV) paints a grim picture of the global situation:

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35 percent of women worldwide have been the

The Surprising Truth Behind Dating Violence
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The Surprising Truth Behind Dating Violence

Even the most self-proclaimed “progressive” person has some deep-seated biases. For example, when someone says the words “dating violence,” most people automatically assume that a male committed some act of violence on a female. In late July, however, several new studies presented evidence to overthrow these nearly universal assumptions. At the American Psychological Association’s annual convention, researchers presented findings from the Growing Up with Media study, a collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and prevention. The study followed 1,058 … Read More

Catherine Kieu vs. Lorena Bobbitt: The Same Crime Doesn’t Always Merit the Same Punishment
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Catherine Kieu vs. Lorena Bobbitt: The Same Crime Doesn’t Always Merit the Same Punishment

Catherine Kieu
Lorena Bobbitt

 

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It sounds like something out of a slasher flick: In July 2011, 50-year-old Catherine Kieu of Garden Grove, California drugged her husband’s tofu with Ambien, a sleeping pill. The two were married in December 2009, but in March of 2011, he filed for divorce. The two continued to live together, however, and on July 11, the couple had a fight about a future house guest. After drugging her husband, Kieu waited … Read More

When Do You Know It’s Time To End The Marriage?
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There is never a good time to end your marriage. It is one of the most important relationships in your life. However, sometimes life’s best laid plans force us to take this difficult decision. My parents have had their fights and arguments, but for them the “till death do us apart” concept stays. Some years back I had reached a point when life had become too painful, with way too many battles and very little love. So what do you … Read More