Domestic Violence can be defined in many ways, it's universal and looks the same all around the world. It can be described as a victim being abused and lacking a permanent stable environment and may have to go live in a shelter or any other place meant for human safety.
There are many reasons why a person may suddenly become a victim of abuse. In different relationships, we ignore what's called Red Flags. Red flags in a relationship include excessive jealousy and frequent lying. You should also be wary of a partner who frequently criticizes you or puts you down. Ignoring these flags can concur one to stay in that relationship and accept the abuse from their partner.
If you ask a victim why doesn't she go into a shelter, she will probably say she doesn't feel safe. Shelters ovide a temporary haven for them, however, shelters have rules and restrictions which may cause a victim of domestic violence to feel confined and scared. It's a challenge and adjustment that makes some people uncomfortable. Especially if they don't want to break the families apart.
In 2017, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported higher victimization rates among individuals who self-identified as Hispanic (all races) (8.6%), Black (9.4%), American Indian/Alaska Native (8.2%) or multiracial (12.5%), compared to non- Hispanic whites (5.7%) in the preceding 12 months. Blacks and Hispanics in New York State are underrepresented in the dilemma against domestic Violence.
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