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A problem has become known and to many they feel that its about time that the general public has taken notice This problem has been a taboo for centuries and in the mid nineties it has chosen to let itself be known the problem that I am talking about is domestic violence it has ruined families and demoralized the victims for years and now because of the trial of the century we finally are allowed to discuss it in detail without fear of reprisal now we get to familiarize ourselves with it and eventually after we get to know all about it we can through treatment get rid of it In this paper I will discuss problems with the so called epidemic of domestic violence This entire paper will be about domestic violence and because of that I feel it is important to note that in most families men and women do not engage in physically abusive behavior The Brown U but because the media feels that it is their public duty to deceive us into believing that this problem is an epidemic Domestic V we feel that that is the case Websters dictionary defines epidemic as a rapid spreading of a disease to many people at the same time this is not the case with domestic violence one it didnt just happen overnight it has just been popularized overnight domestic violence has been going on from as far back as anyone can remember and probably farther than that and two this is not affecting many people at the same timem because as Ive stated before in most families men and women do not engage in physically abusive behavior If you as the reader gets anything out of this paper it is important to me as the writer that you find that while domestic violence is a major problem for some families it is by no means an epidemic
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