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Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
Domestic violence as violation of hr
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What are the signs of domestic violence?
• Destructive criticism and verbal abuse: shouting/mocking/accusing/name calling/verbally threatening.
• Pressure tactics: sulking, threatening to withhold money, disconnect the telephone, take the car away, commit suicide, take the children away, report you to welfare agencies unless you comply with his demands regarding bringing up the children, lying to your friends and family about you, telling you that you have no choice in any decisions.
• Disrespect: persistently putting you down in front of other people, not listening or responding when you talk, interrupting your telephone calls, taking money from your purse without asking, refusing to help with childcare or housework.
• Breaking trust: lying to you, withholding information from you, being jealous, having other relationships, breaking promises and shared agreements.
• Isolation: monitoring or blocking your telephone calls, telling you where you can and cannot go, preventing you from seeing friends and relatives.
• Harassment: following you, checking up on you, opening your mail, repeatedly checking to see who has telephoned you, embarrassing you in public.
• Threats: making angry gestures, using physical size to intimidate, shouting you down, destroying your possessions, breaking things, punching walls, wielding a knife or a gun, threatening to kill or harm you and the children.
• Sexual violence: using force, threats or intimidation to make you perform sexual acts, having sex with you when you don't want to have sex, any degrading treatment based on your sexual orientation.
• Physical violence: punching, slapping, hitting, biting, pinching, kicking, pulling hair out, pushing, shoving, burning, strangling.
• Denial: saying the abuse doesn't happen, saying you caused the abusive behavior, being publicly gentle and patient, crying and begging for forgiveness, saying it will never happen again.

  • AarushiPundhir

    Nov. 27, 2015
  • sanjaytehare

    Jun. 2, 2014

What are the signs of domestic violence? • Destructive criticism and verbal abuse: shouting/mocking/accusing/name calling/verbally threatening. • Pressure tactics: sulking, threatening to withhold money, disconnect the telephone, take the car away, commit suicide, take the children away, report you to welfare agencies unless you comply with his demands regarding bringing up the children, lying to your friends and family about you, telling you that you have no choice in any decisions. • Disrespect: persistently putting you down in front of other people, not listening or responding when you talk, interrupting your telephone calls, taking money from your purse without asking, refusing to help with childcare or housework. • Breaking trust: lying to you, withholding information from you, being jealous, having other relationships, breaking promises and shared agreements. • Isolation: monitoring or blocking your telephone calls, telling you where you can and cannot go, preventing you from seeing friends and relatives. • Harassment: following you, checking up on you, opening your mail, repeatedly checking to see who has telephoned you, embarrassing you in public. • Threats: making angry gestures, using physical size to intimidate, shouting you down, destroying your possessions, breaking things, punching walls, wielding a knife or a gun, threatening to kill or harm you and the children. • Sexual violence: using force, threats or intimidation to make you perform sexual acts, having sex with you when you don't want to have sex, any degrading treatment based on your sexual orientation. • Physical violence: punching, slapping, hitting, biting, pinching, kicking, pulling hair out, pushing, shoving, burning, strangling. • Denial: saying the abuse doesn't happen, saying you caused the abusive behavior, being publicly gentle and patient, crying and begging for forgiveness, saying it will never happen again.

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