Whatever how it has been around since the start of societies, it’s a savage act that stays committed in every aspect of life as we know it. The effects of domestic violence are enormous. Female victims are emotionally scarred, their hope for their spouses as they understood it permanently broken, leaving the marriage to not find its initial strength again.
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Children growing up in families where this occurs are emotionally affected, they tend become competitive, develop apathy towards the male head of the home and often struggle to fully promote family life afterward. I need to know because I experienced it and am still dealing with a few of the issues. Domestic violence thus destroys households, creating communities of social instability. Environments where the action is widely accepted typically exhibit apparent traits of chauvinism, lack of compassion and a high decrease of moral values. It’s not surprising then that people of these areas are largely irritable, short-tempered, emotionally retarded amongst other negative traits.
Domestic violence has been depicted to be present in lower and middle classes of economically developed nations and in virtually all strata of societies throughout the rest of the world. Accordingly, it’s not uncommon to have thought (and often still do) that’the rich do not cry’, meaning financially well off people do not suffer from the particular gender inequality. As a result of this socio-cultural institutionalization of show business across many regions of the world, higher profile incidents of domestic violence have recently been and increasingly are still exposed by the media.
What was once an affair behind closed doors, is now ruthlessly exploited by the paparazzi for the seemingly unquenchable thirst of the masses, eagerly anticipative of the following (celebrity) scandal. While’Mother Nature’ comic strip (obviously ) doesn’t mean to glamorize domestic violence, the idea behind it is to exemplify the problem from the opulent components of society, everyday men and women may still deem such menace to be unfathomable.
In the swanky ambiance of a boulevard in Beverly Hills, a group of fiscally buoyant, middle-aged girls having brunch, are introduced to a dreadful occurrence of domestic violence into one of the best buddies. The looks on the faces of the sufferer’s girlfriends symbolizing the disbelief so a lot of us still suffer from.