Family violence is when someone uses abusive behaviour to control and/or harm a member of their family, or someone with whom they have an intimate relationship.
Family violence includes many different forms of physical and emotional abuse, as well as neglect carried out by family members or intimate partners.
This is so because their emotional development has been badly compromised, and cannot feel things like normal people should.
There is a greater risk of developing one or more behavioural problems.
These may include learning difficulties, relationships problems, difficulty with socialising, rebellious, aggressive and violent behaviour, criminality and even not bothered about your own self.
By reading this article series, we hope you will help you learn to listen to your friends', neighbors', relatives'—or maybe even your own—waspish, hurtful words.
And if you are a recipient of this type of domestic violence, first hold yourself in high esteem, re-evaluate your relationships and then ask for help.