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Violence

Free articles about the link between childhood trauma and violence

Indirect Abuse: Effects On Children Of Witnessing Domestic Violence.

  Domestic violence often involves a man physically abusing a woman on repeated occasions (although it can, of course, involve a woman assaulting a man or a partner assaulting a same-sex partner in the case of gay relationships). In this article, however, to save complications, I’ll use the conventional example of a man who attacks a …

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Possible Childhood Characteristics of Future Serial Killers

      Image source: Bigstock Research has demonstrated that many serial killers have much in common when it comes to their childhood experiences. Below, I provide a list of the common characteristics they may sometimes share. It goes without saying, however, that people with many or even all of these characteristics will not invariably …

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Domestic Violence And Its Direct And Indirect Effect On Children

    Domestic violence can affect children in two ways: DIRECTLY and INDIRECTLY. Let’s look at each of these two categories: DIRECTLY : –  the violence is DELIBERATELY aimed at the child with the INTENTION of causing him/her harm INDIRECTLY : – The child witnesses the violence in the household (e.g. sees the father beat …

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