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Between 33 to 39% of New Zealand women experience physical or sexual violence from an intimate partner in their lifetime, according to a study by Janet Fanslow and Elizabeth Robinson1.Dr Fanslow says the most worrying aspect is that intimate partner violence, even if it occurred in the past, is significantly associated with present physical and mental health problems including depression, sleep problems and suicide attempts.Domestic violence is a major human rights issue across the world, and one of New Zealand’s most serious social issues.One in three women in Aotearoa will experience some form of abuse within their relationship, with many more coming dangerously close. If you recognise any of these, please call 0800 REFUGE.There is always going to be something in your life that is stressful and these things are usually amplified by under lying sexual frustrations.Either by the fact that you aren’t getting laid, or the way that you are getting laid is more of a headache than it’s worth.Crime and injury statistics show how significant a problem domestic violence is in our country.It is one of the leading causes of injury and death to women, and also leads to short and long-term health problems such as mental illness, and problems with sexual and reproductive health.
The World Health Organization assessed the experience of violence in over 24,000 women across 10 countries3.And now she and her kids are living a fabulous life, free of shame, blame and violence. Apparently many years ago I had talked to her at a conference over a cuppa, and she’d shared her story of the violence her husband was subjecting her to.The advice I gave her then was, 'You're too good for this and you don't need to put up with it.’ The woman took three years to eventually leave her relationship, but she kept repeating these words to herself until she finally called Women’s Refuge.In today’s terms, that’s up to about billion each year.
Women in violent relationships often have trouble holding down jobs or accessing enough money to feed their children or provide them with other necessities.Her ex-partner went on to kill his next girlfriend.