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Th e Psych ol ogi cal Wounds of Domesti c V i ol ence Author of the book The Butterfly Room Saurav Dut t writes on the devastating, far-reaching implications of domestic violence.

W

e so often don?t think of the

residual effects of abuse in relationships but much of the damage goes far deeper than what we see on the outside. On the inside for the one being abused there are all sorts of wounds and scars that will never heal and so children are left wondering why this is happening in their home and may even wonder if they are at fault in any way for any of this violence that they see. These are the things that so often go unseen, but they are there and cause so much harm even when we don?t recognize what these forms of psychological violence are doing to the family. Writing about this issue, I?ve discovered that the wounds are there and they hurt and it isn?t

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Violence Against Women Issue  

Ananke presents a special edition marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women - Nov 25th, 2018.

Violence Against Women Issue  

Ananke presents a special edition marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women - Nov 25th, 2018.

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