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He was accused of domestic violence and suspended for two games. After a few weeks, he was formally charged, but he and Palmer were married the next day. However, when a security video of the event surfaced, it quickly went viral.

Watching Janay Palmer get knocked down and roughly dragged out of the elevator by Rice had a powerful effect on viewers. Things took an interesting turn when Janay Palmer spoke out in defense of her husband.

This provoked a new public response. Incredulous observers could not understand how Palmer could be standing by her man. The attacks now turned toward her, with commenters questioning her sanity, innocence, and motives. Why would someone stay with, let alone defend a man who had knocked her unconscious? What was wrong with Palmer that she would do this? These accusations and questions prompted a pushback. Although these eight reasons for staying are common, they do not describe every victim and situation.

Women can also be perpetrators, and there are many patterns of violence. One reason many victims hesitate to speak up is because they are afraid of being judged and pressured by friends and professionals.

Seeing abuse, and a pattern too familiar: An analysis of voices of intimate partner violence on social media. Appraisal distortions and intimate partner violence: Gender, power, and interaction. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. Family violence across the lifespan: A typology of domestic violence: Intimate terrorism, violent resistance, and situational couple violence.

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Your donation will be tax-deductible. Being controlled and hurt is traumatizing, and this leads to confusion, doubts, and even self-blame. Perpetrators harass and accuse victims, which wears them down and causes despair and guilt. Related was the damage to the self that is the result of degrading treatment.

Many women felt beaten down and of no value, saying: The threat of bodily and emotional harm is powerful, and abusers use this to control and keep women trapped. Many described a desire to help, or love their partners with the hopes that they could change them: I would fix him and teach him love. These women also put their children first, sacrificing their own safety: And I valued their lives more than my own.

Many posted descriptions of how past experiences with violence distorted their sense of self or of healthy relationships: Many referred to financial limitations, and these were often connected to caring for children: A common tactic of manipulative partners is to separate their victim from family and friends. Sometimes this is physical, as one woman experienced: Institute for Family Studies P. Box Charlottesville, VA info ifstudies. Contact Interested in learning more about the work of the Institute for Family Studies?

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The combination of different forms of violence was found in The mean value of the frequency of exposure to different types of domestic violence was We have found that women victims of domestic violence showed statistically significant higher scores in dimensions of deprivation and aggression, while women who did not experience domestic violence showed statistically significant higher scores in dimensions of incorporation, reproduction and bias Table 2.

In comparison to normative value, we found that women victims of domestic violence had lower values than normative in the dimensions of reproduction and bias, while in both groups of women were lower values than normative in the dimensions of orientation, exploration and opposition, and higher than the normative in dimensions of self-protection, deprivation and aggression Table 2.

Most intensive emotions in both groups of women were reproduction and incorporation, while the lowest value was in dimension of opposition. At the women victims of domestic violence there was statistically significant, negative correlation between dimensions of aggression and dimensions of incorporation, reproduction, and self-protection, and a significant positive correlation with dimensions of deprivation and opposition Table 3.

Furthermore, we found a statistically significant, positive correlation between the frequency of all three types of domestic violence, the overall frequency of violence and dimensions of aggression and deprivation, and a statistically significant, negative correlation with the reproduction and incorporation.

This means that women with a higher frequency of exposure to violence had higher scores on negative dimensions of deprivation and aggression, and less on positive dimensions of reproduction and incorporation.

Also, there was a statistically significant correlation between age and the dimensions of aggression and deprivation. Older women had higher scores of deprivation and aggression.

The duration of the marriage was not associated with dimensions of emotions although it was found statistical significance Table 4. Dimensions of emotions of women who did not experience domestic violence and victims of domestic violence.

Correlation among dimensions of emotions and frequency of exposure to domestic violence, age and marriage duration in group of women victims of domestic violence. Domestic violence against women is associated to several factors which, among others, include psychosocial characteristics of women victims of domestic violence that can contribute to the severity of problems and be associated with mental health and general well-being of women.

Several studies have analyzed the role of personality traits of women victims of violence, partner relations and coping strategies in domestic violence and in women staying in abusive relationships 6 - 8. Also, on this dimensions, women victims of domestic violence had significantly higher results than women who did not experience domestic violence.

Higher scores on a scale of deprivation indicate sadness, depression, pessimism, anxiety and social deprivation. Deprivation was significantly negatively associated with two positive dimensions of emotions, reproduction and incorporation, and positively associated with dimension of aggression. This means that sociability, cheerfulness, openness, warmth, trust, acceptance and willingness to cooperate were less prominent at women who have had more prominent dimension of depression.

Deprivation and aggression were positively associated with the frequency of psychological, sexual and overall abuse, and the age of women. The results obtained suggest that women with a higher frequency of violence and older age have more prominent dimension of depression. El Moez et al. Significantly higher result on dimension of aggression in women victims of domestic violence indicates that anger, fury, impulsive, quarrelsome and expressing of dissatisfaction because of frustration are present.

These personality traits can be associated with the victimization of women but also may occur as a consequence of chronic exposure to traumatic situations. Aggression as a consequence of domestic violence is often present and the victim can direct it towards itself and others. They also stated that it was found in several studies that the history of domestic violence was a significant predictor of self-harm. In this study, it was found that the aggression was significantly associated with the total frequency of abuse, depression and opposition.

The opposition reflects personality traits such as self-conscious, resentfulness and quarrelsome. The results of correlation between dimensions aggression, deprivation and opposition, and frequency of abuse may indicate that depression, resentfulness, tendency to arguing as personality traits in women victims of domestic violence are consequence of chronic exposure to traumatic situations.

Specified deprivation, opposition and aggression along with low expressed reproduction, incorporation and tendency to social acceptance indicate direct changes in personality. Withdrawing, social isolation and destruction can be observed as negative coping strategies which can have negative psychological outcomes with changes in structure of personality, as consequences.

Changes in structure of personality women victims of domestic violence occur as do changes of personalities in other traumatized people. There are several studies that suggest that chronic trauma can lead to the change of psychological personality traits such as increased aggression, depression, distrust, alienation, tendency to withdrawal and isolation, impaired self-protection, and poor social integration 23 , These personality changes may be a chronic condition and may have as the consequence occurrence of complex post-traumatic stress disorder or other mental disorders.

Also, there are several studies that point to important role of personality traits in the occurrence of mental health problems in victims of domestic violence, as well as the interaction between a certain type of personality and domestic violence victimization The research results of Motevaliyana et al.

Knowing the emotional profile of women victims of domestic violence, their personality traits helps in understanding why some persons develop a mental disorder and the others do not. In addition, it can help in understanding why some women seek help and others not, or why some women remain in abusive relationships.

Furthermore, screening of women exposed to domestic violence on symptoms of personality disorders and recognition of personality traits, as well as emotional profiles that make them vulnerable to violence and mental disorders, is important for interventions planning and prevention of repetition of exposure to abuse.

The limitations of the study include the size of the sample, as well as choice of EPI as only questionnaire for measuring of emotional profile and personality traits of women victims of domestic violence. Domestic violence against women is global public health and social problem, where several factors in mutual action contribute to victimisation of women. As a man, I cannot imagine having to rearrange my life in order to ensure safety, like many women are forced to do.

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