Long Term Effects of Abuse
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Tami Yaklich's comment, March 21, 2013 8:35 PM
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Alyssa Bryer's comment, March 19, 2013 8:15 AM
Some women fight back when they are abused to increase their safety. The taxes we pay go towards cleaning the mess the abusers leave behind. Canadian women are assaulted a lot at least once by an intimate partner. Four out of five women are murdered by men, which is mostly their spouse. Girls are more the target then the boys are and the girls are more sexually assaulted. 40% of the women sexually abused have disabilities.
Alyssa Bryer's comment, March 19, 2013 1:12 PM
The first affect on the child is very negative. Only if the child and later to be adult can work through all the pain and suffering that it has caused in his/her life can there be a positive outcome. Depending on the amount of abuse, it will take time to heal. If the person comes through the experience and decides no one will ever hurt them like this again, this is positive. If the person turns the past into inner growth and moves on, this is positive.
Alyssa Bryer's comment, March 19, 2013 1:22 PM
There are not very many places for counseling for women in prison for being abused. The federally sentenced women have higher rates of being sexually abused in their childhood. The Refuge women that have been abused go to Canada and don't get much sympathy because they are looked down upon. Many men and women come to Canada for those reasons. But, women are accused for many things including rape, forced pregnancy, forced abortion and many more and these things can never be forgotten in some minds.
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Long Term Effects of Domestic Violence - AARDVARC.org

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Long Term Effects of Domestic Violence. An Abuse, Rape and Domestic Violence Aid and Resource Collection. Information, referrals, publications and assistance for victims.
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Alyssa Bryer's comment, March 19, 2013 2:47 PM
The violence can also have economic effects. The physical way someone is hurt can cause them not to show up for work or they could be in bad condition. It jeopardizes ones livelihood and moving is strongly suggested to get away from the violence. The women's health plans costs 92% more than a different regular female. Victims sometimes even have to forgo financial security.
Alyssa Bryer's comment, March 19, 2013 2:54 PM
The impacts of children can be severe sometimes. Almost about one third experience emotional problems and can end up with disorders. Children are the ones that get impacted the most because they are still growing and learn from when they are little. The boys are more likely to be involved in doing the violence or doing it when they are older. The child can benefit so it might not be a negative effect because they can learn from programs by the law.
Alyssa Bryer's comment, March 19, 2013 2:59 PM
For battered women, there is a recommended therapy where the victim is the primary focus. Both the therapist and the victim should develop a safety plan just to make the person feel more safe and be able to protect themselves. The victims that need additional treatment are ones that may be involved in drug use and need another kind of treatment for that also. That is an example of substance of abuse and that can effect long termly because drugs hurt your body inside and out and are unhealthy.