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How to Handle Domestic Violence in Your Married Relationship

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Domestic violence is one of the most common contributors to divorce. If there is domestic violence in your married relationship, it is important that you know how to handle the situation. The following guide will help you understand more about how domestic violence impacts relationships and what you should do if there is domestic violence in your married relationship.

How Domestic Violence Impacts Your Relationship

Domestic violence can impact your marriage in many different ways. When one spouse hits another, it is not only an act of physical violence but an act of emotional violence as well. Someone who hits their spouse is effectively violating their marriage vows and causing emotional and physical damage that will hurt their trust and love in their spouse.

Over time, domestic violence will cause irreparable damage which is why it's a common contributor to divorce. A spouse who is the subject of domestic violence will want to leave the relationship so that they can pursue a life without fear of domestic violence.

Sometimes the abuse is directed towards the other spouse, but domestic violence can also be directed toward children, parents or anyone else living in the same area.

How to Handle Domestic Violence in Your Married Relationship

Domestic violence in a marriage is a delicate situation. In order to properly manage the situation, you will need to follow two key steps.

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