Four Roles of Substance abuse and its Effect on Domestic Violence
Controlling and coercive behavior for the purpose of robbing victims of their sense of safety and independence are patterns of domestic violence. These behaviors take many forms and are used by the abuser to maintain control over their victims. Domestic violence is not limited to one race, social class, or region of the world; instead it is a global concern that affects millions of people each year. Its perpetrators are adept at hiding or explaining away their abusive behavior and appear to fit in with mainstream society. Likewise, women of all ages find themselves in abusive relationships. There are a multitude of reasons why these women stay with their abusers rather than leave them. While alcohol and substance abuse can...
Excerpt from file: FourRolesofSubstanceabuseanditsEffecton DomesticViolence Controllingandcoercivebehaviorforthepurposeofrobbingvictimsoftheir senseofsafetyandindependencearepatternsofdomesticviolence.These behaviorstakemanyformsandareusedbytheabusertomaintaincontrolover
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