In this blog post, we will explore why domestic violence against men is often underreported and misunderstood — from cultural norms to social stigma — as well as how we can help make the victims feel empowered and taken seriously.
No one should have to suffer in silence, yet all too often, those who are victims of domestic violence find themselves struggling with feelings of shame and guilt—particularly when it involves men. Domestic violence against men is a pervasive issue that often goes ignored or mischaracterised by society; this ignorance can lead to trauma and overwhelming feelings of isolation. It’s time for us as a society to recognise the prevalence and seriousness of domestic violence against men so we can start providing the necessary support that they may need.
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India’s population is roughly 1.3 billion, the second most populated country after China. The inhabitants face many challenges daily, and it has a repercussion on the economy, reputation, and welfare of the whole country. The social issues in India are primarily found in the rural areas, also known as the slums.
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Mental health is an essential factor for our health’s well-being. The WHO constitution states: “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”
Mental health is a state of well-being where the person acknowledges his abilities and controls his stress and feelings while being productive. Unfortunately, individuals with poor mental health develop serious health complications over time. Many different factors can affect an individual’s mental health, but today we will talk about six specific factors that affect men and women separately.
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Stand in the line at the shop while you wait to pay for your items and count how many women you see. Perhaps you have four ahead of you. Out of those four, there is at least one of those who may be experiencing domestic abuse or has experienced it in her lifetime so far.
Make a note next time you are in a public place how many women you can count, and remember that one out of every four of those is also likely to be experiencing some forms of domestic violence or abuse (Gender Links, 2018). It does not take long before you have more women than you can count who are being subjected to on-going abuse in their home.
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