when will enough be enough?

July 15, 2010 3:40am CST
Have you ever heard of domestic violence? This primarily involve wives that are phisically and mentally battered by their husbands. My concern is that there is a cycle to this domestic violence. Mostly abused women tend to stay with the their husband who is an abuser rather than leaving their homes to avoid getting beaten again. When one criticizes the phase of domestic violence, many would not think that its not logical to stay but research has shown that most women who are violated forgave their husband when the cycle reaches the honeymoon phase, but then its a cycle, the women gets battered again and later on they get back together with the abuser. To think its not resonable at all. What's your point on this one?
1 response
@advokatku (4037)
• Indonesia
15 Jul 10
Domestic violence can happen to anyone including the mother, father, husband, wife, children or domestic servants. So, do not remain victims of domestic violence are women. However, it is generally more narrow understanding of domestic violence as abuse by husbands against wives.
• Philippines
15 Jul 10
I emphasized women because they are the ones who are mostly victims of domestic violence. I'm talking in general and I'm not referring men to be generally abusers.