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|High Conflict Relationship: A Gusty Pathway To Aggravated Domestic Violence by InsideOjodu(f): 12:51pm On Jun 23, 2019|
This is the third and the last part of the write-up on dysfunctional marriage and family.
Inasmuch as my wife and I are not apostles of divorce and separation, it becomes very apparent that “while the theoretical and empirical case for marriage having a beneficial impact on men, women, and children may be strong, surely in some cases spouses and children are better off without one parent in the home. For example, a woman and children may be better off without the father when the father is violent or when the marriage is high conflict (In “Until Death Do You Part: The Effects of Unilateral Divorce on Spousal Homicides,” Economic Inquiry 41 (2003): 163–183, T. S. Dee).
At this point, I will be upfront to say that high conflict marriage relationships have completely escalated the perpetration of domestic violence, thereby leading to emotional trauma, damages to children, injury, and death. For instance, a recent study has found out that “homicides by intimate partners are increasing, driven primarily by gun violence after almost four decades of decline. The number of victims rose to 2,237 in 2017, a 19 percent increase from the 1,875 killed in 2014” (Holson, 2019, Par. 1).
Full article: https://www.mericantimes.com/high-conflict-relationship/
|Re: High Conflict Relationship: A Gusty Pathway To Aggravated Domestic Violence by weyreypey: 1:10pm On Jun 23, 2019|
You definitely need to clarify what you mean by high Conflict..... with immediate effect
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