Domestic Violence Essay

Submitted By thandoechuma
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Domestic violence
Women’s aid
Domestic violence
Women’s aid

“Everyone says that violence has increased in the UK and even the police are failing to stop it” How true could that be?
Well I would believe that it would be possible stop this by just working together to prevent it. However it is just terrible to actually know that someone is always terrified day and night because of just think about the pain of know just as I am talking right now there’s a child who is terrified and scared. A young girl named Anna was always terrified because she knew that when her dad comes home at night he would be drunk talking about the bad things that had happened to him blaming the little girl and her mother. All what she could hear from her room was her mom screaming for help, begging for forgiveness for nothing she had done. All what she heard every night was her mom screaming and being hit on every item in the house. As for this little girl there was nothing she could to help her mom. But all what she did was to just cry herself to sleep knowing that the same thing was going to happen the next day. And that’s just what other people are facing at their homes. You all can see how terrible it is.
Just take a moment and think if it was you in this situation

Everyday 1 in 4 women will be a victim of domestic violence in their lifetime – many of these on a number of occasions. One incident of domestic violence is reported to the police every minute. On average, 2 women a week are killed by a current or former male partner. This is devastating to know that innocent women are dying because of ruthless monsters that have no heart. Domestic violence can cause so many long-term affections to families, teenagers, young children and the women. Abused women suffer from physical pain and mental problems. Battering is the single major cause of injury to women, more significant that auto accidents, rapes, or muggings. In fact, the emotional and psychological abuse inflicted by batterers may be more costly to treat in the short-run than physical injury. Many of the physical injuries sustained by…