Domestic Violence – It’s All About Power and Control

Domestic Violence – It’s All About Power and Control There’s more to it than hitting, or fighting, or cussing or being mean. It’s more than all of these. It’s a chronic use and abuse of power. The abuser does whatever it takes – threats, intimidation, and physical violence – to get and maintain control of…
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Workplace Violence in the Medical Sector – A Unique Perspective

Workplace Violence in the Medical Sector – A Unique Perspective While the concept of violence in the workplace is not new by any means, any more than workplace – violence is an “American thing,” the medical sector is waking up to the reality that it is in a, so-called, league of its own. For years,…
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Workplace Violence – Staying Focused on What’s Important For Self Defense

Workplace Violence – Staying Focused on What’s Important For Self Defense In the realm of workplace violence and policy development, there is a problem that is both preventing companies and their employees from being safe, causing policy and procedures to miss the mark, and resulting in damage, financial loss, and even the loss of life.…
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Can A Teen Dating Violence Curriculum Save Our Girls

Can A Teen Dating Violence Curriculum Save Our Girls Let’s talk about boys and your daughter, your niece, granddaughter, your students or perhaps teen girls associated with your faith base or community organizations. Consider this, the harsh reality is that teen girls of today are being subjected to dating abuse at a historic and alarming…
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One of the Key Factors in Youth Violence Points to Drug Use

One of the Key Factors in Youth Violence Points to Drug Use Why do kids in certain communities commit violent acts? If a new, five-year, richly funded study spearheaded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding the issue of youth violence are any indication, the answer to this question is mostly early…
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Managers Face in Hiring a Workplace Violence

Managers Face in Hiring a Workplace Violence In today’s increasingly violent world, workplace violence has come to the forefront for human resources managers, as-well-as risk management and crisis management directors. More and more companies are realizing that their plans for dealing with violence in the workplace are missing the necessary training to help employees avoid,…
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Female Violence – Problems and Solutions

Female Violence – Problems and Solutions Female violence the future well-being of a society is directly linked to its ability to care for and educate its young. Among families that cannot effectively care for their young without assistance, lie one of the sources of future violence and criminality. Until we learn this, we will continue…
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Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse Treatment

Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse Treatment Every 15 seconds a woman is exposed to domestic violence in the United States. Domestic violence can be defined as a form of abusive behavior that is used to gain or maintain power and control in an intimate relationship, such as marriage, dating, family, friendship or living together. Anyone…
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Common Myths Surrounding Domestic Violence

Common Myths Surrounding Domestic Violence Many women who are in abusive relationships seems to stick to their abusive partners regardless of domestic violence. You and I wonder what makes it difficult for the women to just walk away and stay a violence-free lives. If you ask them, they will give you very practical emotional and…
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Ten Belongings Anybody Can Do To Stop Violence

Ten Belongings Anybody Can Do To Stop Violence Method violence, Method violence as an issue connecting people of all eternities and socioeconomic, ethnic and cultural upbringings. View fierce people not only as committers or likely criminals, but also, as somebody who is also an ill-treated person who is just reiterating what she/he knowledgeable. Teammate is…
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