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Know the Learned Behavior of Domestic Violence

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Much of the available domestic violence informationChildren of their parents' behavior. The domestic violence cycle is a brutal one; in many cases it is also extremely effective. Children who grow up witnessing one of their parents subjecting the other to the domestic violence cycle may have this behavior imprinted in their subconscious. For example, a child who grows up witnessing his father subjecting his mother to violence and cruelty may believe that this behavior is normal and admissible. In many cases, the abuser will achieve their goal through the use of brutality. In most instances, this goal is to ensure that they establish and maintain control over their victim. A victim of the domestic violence cycle will often fear for their health and safety, and will therefore allow the abuser to hold the power within a relationship. Domestic violence information suggests that a victim of abuse will seek to please their abuser in order to avoid suffering from further cruelty. They make seek to ensure that they fulfill all of the requests and the desires of their abuser. A young boy who witnesses his mother submit to the authority of his father due to the use of the domestic violence cycle, may find that this form of abuse is beneficial. In situations such as this, a boy may learn that the use of brutality receives results. It allows the abuser to achieve what they are looking to achieve. They maintain control over their victim and often achieve the ability to take part in any activities that they wish to partake in, without questions from their partner. A victim of domestic violence will fear to question their abuser's behavior because inquiries may result in physical punishment. A child who is witnessing the domestic violence cycle being carried out may develop the mentality that cruelty is the most effective way to guarantee that their partner is loyal and pragmatic. This is especially true when the abuser receives no adverse repercussions for their actions. Domestic violence information indicates that many perpetrators never receive penalties for their behavior, and that many victims of abuse remain in an abusive relationship. If a child is witness an adult commit these acts without punishment, it reinforces the idea that this behavior is acceptable. This is especially true when a victim of abuse does not attempt to escape their harmful environment. The child will believe that they have no reason to fear legal disadvantages for brutalizing their partner, and they also do not need to worry about their partner attempting to flee. From this perspective, domestic violence seems like a beneficial method of control with no detrimental effects for the abuser. Domestic violence information suggests that children growing up in these types of situations are more likely to subject their partners to abuse and brutality later in life.
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    Much of the available domestic violence informationChildren of their parents' behavior.

    The domestic violence cycle is a brutal one; in many cases it is also extremely effective. Children who grow up witnessing one of their parents subjecting the other to the domestic violence cycle may have this behavior imprinted in their subconscious. For example, a child who grows up witnessing his father subjecting his mother to violence and cruelty may believe that this behavior is normal and admissible. In many cases, the abuser will achieve their goal through the use of brutality. In most instances, this goal is to ensure that they establish and maintain control over their victim. A victim of the domestic violence cycle will often fear for their health and safety, and will therefore allow the abuser to hold the power within a relationship. Domestic violence information suggests that a victim of abuse will seek to please their abuser in order to avoid suffering from further cruelty. They make seek to ensure that they fulfill all of the requests and the desires of their abuser. A young boy who witnesses his mother submit to the authority of his father due to the use of the domestic violence cycle, may find that this form of abuse is beneficial. In situations such as this, a boy may learn that the use of brutality receives results. It allows the abuser to achieve what they are looking to achieve. They maintain control over their victim and often achieve the ability to take part in any activities that they wish to partake in, without questions from their partner. A victim of domestic violence will fear to question their abuser's behavior because inquiries may result in physical punishment. A child who is witnessing the domestic violence cycle being carried out may develop the mentality that cruelty is the most effective way to guarantee that their partner is loyal and pragmatic. This is especially true when the abuser receives no adverse repercussions for their actions. Domestic violence information indicates that many perpetrators never receive penalties for their behavior, and that many victims of abuse remain in an abusive relationship. If a child is witness an adult commit these acts without punishment, it reinforces the idea that this behavior is acceptable. This is especially true when a victim of abuse does not attempt to escape their harmful environment. The child will believe that they have no reason to fear legal disadvantages for brutalizing their partner, and they also do not need to worry about their partner attempting to flee. From this perspective, domestic violence seems like a beneficial method of control with no detrimental effects for the abuser. Domestic violence information suggests that children growing up in these types of situations are more likely to subject their partners to abuse and brutality later in life.


    Much of the available domestic violence informationChildren of their parents' behavior.

    The domestic violence cycle is a brutal one; in many cases it is also extremely effective. Children who grow up witnessing one of their parents subjecting the other to the domestic violence cycle may have this behavior imprinted in their subconscious. For example, a child who grows up witnessing his father subjecting his mother to violence and cruelty may believe that this behavior is normal and admissible. In many cases, the abuser will achieve their goal through the use of brutality. In most instances, this goal is to ensure that they establish and maintain control over their victim. A victim of the domestic violence cycle will often fear for their health and safety, and will therefore allow the abuser to hold the power within a relationship. Domestic violence information suggests that a victim of abuse will seek to please their abuser in order to avoid suffering from further cruelty. They make seek to ensure that they fulfill all of the requests and the desires of their abuser. A young boy who witnesses his mother submit to the authority of his father due to the use of the domestic violence cycle, may find that this form of abuse is beneficial. In situations such as this, a boy may learn that the use of brutality receives results. It allows the abuser to achieve what they are looking to achieve. They maintain control over their victim and often achieve the ability to take part in any activities that they wish to partake in, without questions from their partner. A victim of domestic violence will fear to question their abuser's behavior because inquiries may result in physical punishment. A child who is witnessing the domestic violence cycle being carried out may develop the mentality that cruelty is the most effective way to guarantee that their partner is loyal and pragmatic. This is especially true when the abuser receives no adverse repercussions for their actions. Domestic violence information indicates that many perpetrators never receive penalties for their behavior, and that many victims of abuse remain in an abusive relationship. If a child is witness an adult commit these acts without punishment, it reinforces the idea that this behavior is acceptable. This is especially true when a victim of abuse does not attempt to escape their harmful environment. The child will believe that they have no reason to fear legal disadvantages for brutalizing their partner, and they also do not need to worry about their partner attempting to flee. From this perspective, domestic violence seems like a beneficial method of control with no detrimental effects for the abuser. Domestic violence information suggests that children growing up in these types of situations are more likely to subject their partners to abuse and brutality later in life.

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