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Family Violent

Updated on May 13, 2012

Violent Relationships

I read the news today how a group of surgeons in the United States have just performed a very extensive and intricate operation on a face of a woman who is a victim of a family violent. When her husband shot her five years ago, she was left without a nose, a palate or lower eyelids. He had shot her in 2004 at point-blank range before turning the gun on himself. The apparent murder-suicide attempt failed and he was sentenced to seven years in prison. Is sad and tragic how many cases of this kind of family violent happen. More often is within your own love ones who are supposed to be your family and the closest person to you. It just send a chill down your spine how could a family member do such a thing to someone that they once love.

What has gone wrong that trigger such violent behavior in a person who is your family members. All these tragic will not happen if they seek help at the earliest signs of trouble. Communications breakdown , grievance's , anger or just about any emotional distress that has been kept down for too long will eventually break and cause someone to do something that they regret and tear their family apart. It all boils down to the right kind of people that are around us in our life. If a family member who is always negative and just because they have issues of their own and take their anger out at you , they do need help or at least someone need to wake them up and give them a good counseling before is too late.

Mother's who drown their children in the car is just some of the scenarios that these people need help and yet never seek it or try to understand why they are acting and behaving this way towards their own fresh and blood. Father's or stepfather's rape or abuse their children are just real life stories that happen while I am still writing this article. Their behavior and act bring tragic and pain to their family and love ones. They need to face the fact that they have a problem and seek help early and get counseling before it deteriorates further. Is not a shameful thing to see a psychiatrist and communicate what is eating you inside. By talking and expressing yourself to a professional counselors not only help you to manage your anger but also let you understand yourself better and not let hatred and violent destroy you and the people you love.

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      Lita C. Malicdem 

      8 years ago from Philippines

      I just can't imagine how families living in inferno with hostile members cope after the worst happens. Children are the most affected ones. Yes, you are right. The perpetrator of violence must realize he has a problem and seek counseling by experts. His family members are not in the position to help. It's a must that when a small seed of negative behavior surfaces, it must be dealt with accordingly and be nipped in the bud before it's too late.

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