Domestic violence is behavior - emotional, psychological, physical or sexual abuse - that one person in an intimate relationship uses in order to control the other.
DV takes many different forms and includes behaviors such as threats, name-calling, isolation, withholding of money, actual or threatened physical harm and sexual assault. Most domestic violence is committed against women by their male partners: 91 to 95 percent of all adult domestic violence assaults are perpetrated by men against their female partners.
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