Partner

  • Commitment to a Partner

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    Commitment to a Partner Abstract This paper provides extreme and basic advice and information on techniques on finding the person meant for you. It focuses on commitment and devotion to your partner. There is a great amount of responsibility that comes with commitment. Self control, personal stability, sacrifices, etc. is all a part of commitment. Communication and trust is the foundation of a happy healthy relationship. It compares what it means to truly love a person and to be

  • Partner Abuse

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    Partner Abuse Table of Contents Introduction 1 Literary review 1 Sampling 4 Data Collection 4 Data Analysis 4 Conclusion 6 Work Cited 7      Hypothesis: Do students believe that partner abuse is a problem on college campus.      Domestic violence spans the range of violent encounters and includes physical assaults, sexual assaults, verbal assaults, intimidation, threats, extreme emotional or psychological neglect and even death. The hypothesis

  • Switched Partner

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    It was supposed to be yesterday for Luhan, Chanyeol, Sehun and Baekhyun meet up with their husbands. Unfortunately, those idols have been very busy with their works and they decided to meet up together today at their husbands’ apartment and new home. Joonmyeon said that they should fill up the marriage form first and then, later he’ll ask his sons to fill up the rest of it. Being the richest, anything can be done just by monies. Once again, too bad for Luhan, Chanyeol, Sehun and Baekhyun that their

  • Switched Partner

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    “We’re back.” “Welcome back.” “Chanyeol-ah, why you’re looks so happy? Did something interesting happen?” Kris poke Chanyeol’s cheek, Chanyeol just smiled and shakes his head assures nothing has happened. “Yixing, did you bring back my ice-cream cake?” “Yes, here.” Yixing gives the ice-cream cake to Sehun. “Yah, Baekhyun! Didn’t I say every time I back home bring me a glass of water?” “Yeah I did, here.” Baekhyun gives a glass to Tao and smiles cutely. As Kai before him asking anything Luhan

  • Switched Partner

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    On the other side of another Kim’s family, Kim Joonmyeon and Kim Kyungsoo’s children are not living under the same roof as them. Their sons or more warm call out by their given name Jongin, Yifan, Yixing and Tao are living at a one block apartment specially made out for them and have their own floor room for each of them to have their own privacy. There are two butlers Donnie and Connie in charge to take care of the boys and of course prevent the entire saseng fan to sneak inside the apartment

  • Switched Partner

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    Luhan, Baekhyun, Chanyeol and Sehun are brothers. They are the children of the most well-known entertainment producer Kim Jongdae and CF star Kim Minseok. Too much of Kim Jongdae concerns about his children are they have a crush on his good friend sons which are top idols. They are the eldest Kris the top model and an actor, the second son Lay the top dancer, a singer and also a composer, Tao the third child most well-known in one of his KungFu movie and the last but not least the youngest son

  • Intimate Partner Violence

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    Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is historically referred to as domestic violence. It describes a pattern of coercive and assaultive behavior that may include psychological abuse, progressive isolation, sexual assault, physical injury, stalking, intimidation, deprivation, and reproductive coercion among partners (The Family Violence Prevention Fund (FVPF), 1999). IPV leads to lifelong consequences such as lasting physical impairment, emotional trauma, chronic health problems, and even death. It is

  • The Partner by John Grisham

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    The Partner by John Grisham The Partner is one of John Grisham's best books by far! There was a little more description in The Partner, then in The Firm, but this one had a very slow intro. The book opened with an anonymous man living in Brazil under an unknown name. Patrick Lanigan, now known as Danilo Silva, was living a normal life, not making a big deal about the ninety million dollars he had stolen from his ex-law firm two years ago. Danilo is wanted by his ex-law firm buddies, his client

  • Reasons For Choosing A Partner

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    work like two partners in crime, despite fights and arguments settles disputes without hurting one another physically or emotionally. A couple that is meant to be does not hurt each other 's feelings. A couple that shares not only bed but household work. The partners that are meant to be should be like best friends who never share food but back each other up, get in trouble together and never tear apart, laugh and share moments of joy. One should be very careful when choosing a partner because falling

  • Intimate Partner Violence

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    Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a type of abuse that occurs between people who are involved in a close relationship. “Intimate partner” is a term that is used to include both current and former spouses as well as dating partners. IPV exists along a continuum that ranges from a single episode of violence through ongoing battering. Incidents of IPV are known to include four basic types of behavior, including: Physical abuse, which is when a person either hurts or attempts to hurt their partner by physical

  • Intimate Partner Violence

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    the discovery of her murder. Intimate partner violence (IPV), the researcher’s coinage of domestic violence, occurs more than one would think and it is not singularly a United States problem but a global concern. Why and how is IPV a global concern in this modern era? Surely no woman in her right mind would choose to stay in an abusive relationship? Unfortunately, until recently, IPV has been running rampant, being overlooked as an issue just between partners, not a public health concern. Research

  • Franchisor: A Good Partner

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    Franchisor: A Good Partner? Introduction Buying into a franchise business is a very serious decision for any business person. When you buy into a franchise you can pretty much be guaranteed that the goods and services you are selling will have almost instant recognition. The buyers of a franchise also receive training and support from a proven business model designed to help the franchise owner succeed. Even though there is a proven business model at work, buying a franchise is still risky

  • Struggles With An Incarcerated Partner

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    Struggles with an Incarcerated Partner Although some people may see maintaining a relationship with an incarcerated partner as beneficial, it is better understood as an emotional rollercoaster for families’ attempting to survive financially, physically and emotionally. Not only are the partners incarcerated, but the women and children are affected the most when trying to maintain that relationship (Cooke, 2014). Pretty much even being associated with someone that is incarcerated can bring some forms

  • Intimate Partner Stalking

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    their stalker is either a past or a present intimate partner. Stalking by intimate partners has been proven to be more violent than stalking by non-intimate partners, because they have already had that close intimate connection with them. They feel like they were wrong for breaking the ties between them and they would like to have that connection with them again, so they are trying their hardest to be accepted by the past or present intimate partner again. Though this is such a common and dangerous

  • The Importance Of Partners In Health

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    organization I chose to represent was Partners in Health. Partners in Health was started in 1987 in Boston ("Our History | Partners In Health”). “Partners in Health’s mission is to provide healthcare options to people in need. Partners in Health is building long-term relationships with sister organizations, to achieve two goals: to bring the benefits of modern medical science to those most in need of them and to serve as an antidote to despair.” (“Our Mission | Partners In Health”). This is an important

  • The Loss of a Life Partner

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    The Loss of a Life Partner Introduction Feelings of loss are very personal because only the person involved in the loss knows what is significant to them. People commonly associate certain losses with strong feelings of grief. The solitude is always agonizing, especially for someone who has never lived alone. Many people lose their spouses each year. Because the modern society has few mourning rituals other than the memorial service, they may find themselves alone and disconsolate just when

  • Domestic Homicide Or Intimate Partner?

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    Domestic violence is a violent act towards a person who is or has previously been an intimate partner. It is more common for males to carry out violent acts against their female spouse and while far less common females have also committed violent acts against their partners as well as issues with same sex partners (Davis 2008). Consequently, this behaviour can often lead to domestic homicide. Homicide in general is a very male dominant area of crime as females make up a very small fraction of offenders

  • The Silent Partner: A Canadianization Dilemma

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    The Silent Partner: A Canadianization Dilemma Works Cited Missing As a student of Canadian film, I find great appreciation in films that work to culturally enrich Canada's movie screens. I feel that an honest portrayal of Canadian values and culture is beneficial not only by enhancing the credibility of Canada's film industry, but also by maintaining a voice for the customs held by the Canadian people. For these reasons, among others, it had become very easy for me to dislike Daryl Duke's 1978

  • The Importance Of Choosing A Romantic Partner

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    Selecting a romantic partner can be one of the best feelings in the world. There can be many ways that lead up to that partner even if it is true love and how well you know them. Also you will know how someone is the “right one” once you have known them for a while. Finding the right romantic partner is often a difficult journey, for several reasons. Perhaps you grew up in a household where there was no role model, healthy relationship and you doubt that such a thing even exists. Or maybe your dating

  • Singhania and Partners: Management Success

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    Introduction People management is a critical factor for a progressive organization. Singhania and Partners is a law firm that has taken advantage of various openings that the Indian market has provided. This work evaluates the strategy Singhania and Partners has employed in its quest to become India’s preferred law firm. Evaluation of Organization’s Strategy The firm’s formation was strategic with Mr. Ravi Singhania approaching Ms. Manju Mohotra to form a partnership. This approach created diversity

  • Essay On Intimate Partner Violence

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    What is Intimate Partner Violence? Historically, intimate partner violence was also known as domestic violence. Both terms describes physical, sexual, or psychological harm by a current or former partner or spouse. This type of violence can occur among heterosexual or same-sex couples and does not require sexual intimacy (Center for Disease Control and Prevention). Individual, relationship, community, and societal factors contribute to intimate family violence (Center for Disease Control and

  • Testing The Proposition Of Romantic Partners

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    Testing the proposition that romantic partners have correlations in their attachment styles across time, Hudson et al. (2014) looked at the relationship between corregulation, defined as the prospective effect of one partner on the other and correlated changes across time in respect to attachment style and relationship satisfaction. From university announcements, newspaper advertisements and email listervs, students were recruited and participated in a set of 5 assessments over a period of 12 months

  • Selecting a Partner for NGO in Nigeria

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    Selecting a Partner for NGO in Nigeria 1. INTRODUCTION: This piece is an executive summary of the processes and steps required for selecting a winning Implementing Partner for development work. It is the first in a series meant to enrich the body of knowledge available on the topic and provide guidance to local Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) desiring to manage donor funds. Local NGOs provide the vehicle for effective intervention in their areas because of their closeness to the

  • The Engagement Quality Review Partner

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    In this case study, the two partners of GBB are the Engagement Quality Review Partner (EQRP) and the audit partner of LPL respectively. As they are a part of the same firm, the Audit partner, who found a material misstatement which changed the profit figures and which he should have been communicated to LPL, decided to talk internally in his firm where he was told by his senior to cover up the mistake done by their consulting staff by changing the accounting policy itself and give an unqualified

  • Intimate Partner Violence Essay

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    Intimate Partner Violence, commonly known as “IPV” is a greatly serious problem that affects many Americans every day. The term essentially describes any harm to a current or previous partner or spouse that is physical, sexual, or mental. IPV can have distinct patterns of severity. The CDC explains that traditionally IPV consist of four main types of violence. Physical violence which is the use of physical force that develops the possibility of disability, harm, injury, or death. Sexual violence

  • Cynical Classification of Sexual Partners

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    Cynical Classification of Sexual Partners When any thought of cynicism arises, it conjures an image of bitter thirty something divorcees, single alcoholic fathers, or disillusioned old maids. However, this disease is rampant now among "Gen X'ers", and it is certainly no surprise with the miasma of food, cars, money, drugs, and of course sex that assaults early twenties men and women with the frenetic pace of a moving el-train. Yet there is no better example of the reason for American youths

  • Preventing Intimate Partner Violence

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    Intimate partner violence is still a common issue that affects women from all walks of life. It is an issue that is too often ignored until the violence has become deadly. In the book “Women: Images and Realities a Multicultural Anthology,” chapter seven entitled “Violence Against Women” includes pieces that cover the issue of intimate partner violence. In Michele McKeon’s piece “Understanding Intimate Partner Violence” she states that “In 1994 the Violence Against Women Act was passed, revolutionizing

  • Rape and Intimate Partner Abuse

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    Lesbians, just like women in heterosexual relationships are subjected to physical, sexual and verbal abuse by their partners. Abusive dominating partner may subject the partner to emotional, physical and psychological abuse. The notion that a woman does not possess the strength or aggressiveness possessed by men is wrong and misplaced. Cases of lesbians being abused by their partners have been reported in the United States and other parts of the world including South Africa. Studies on domestic

  • Classification Essay - Exercise Partners

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    Classification of Exercise Partners Every woman's magazine I've ever read gives its readers advice on exercising, and one of the most common tips I've seen is to find a partner to exercise with. In my experience, however, having an exercise partner is not a good idea. I have encountered five types of exercise partners, and I have concluded that it is definitely best to exercise alone. The Drill Sergeant My ex-boyfriend represents the Drill Sergeant. He is one of those people whose motto

  • YouTube Partners: YouTube Entrepreneurship

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    copyrighted content by a third party will be detected and resulted in monetizing incapability (Google). However, according to Claire Miller, an editor for The New York Times and a modern media specialist, YouTube have not always been friendly to partners (content creators) in the sense of revenue sharing in order to avoid copyrights violations. The change started in 2009 when YouTube changed the policies to more “audience friendly” (Miller). The actual revenue depends on how many people see/click

  • My Feedback On My Partner

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    1. Looking at the feedback that you gave to partners over the semester, summarize the type of feedback that you gave to partners (such as the clarity, the main idea, the organization). • My feedback to my partner were mainly about the organization, sentence structure and the grammar. I gave my partners these feedbacks because in order to have a decent essay, there should be an excellent grammar and the sentence structure. After that, people can understand what the writer is trying to imply. Without

  • The Privilege Of Interviewing My Partner

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    I had the privilege of interviewing my partner. I met him in college (orientation to be specific), as Ms. Lynn Hamilton did. We spent about two years together, and dated for year and half. As I have been interacting him on daily basis, it was fascinating to learn what he had deep in his mind, and to learn about how he has been socialized until this day (or before he met me). When I started interviewing him, he started by talking about his parents, because he is sure that his ideas about marriage

  • The Problem At Partners Healthcare System

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    Partners HealthCare System Introduction Partners HealthCare System is a very large health care provider around Boston. In order to increase efficiency, reduce errors, and maintain patient records, they implemented an electronic medical records system (EMR). In addition, a Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE) was installed to help prevent errors for writing prescriptions and ordering lab tests (Davenport, 2013, p. 216). Both of these systems have been very beneficial to Partners, but several

  • Arundel Partners Case Analysis

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    Arundel Partners Case Analysis Executive Summary: A group of investors (Arundel group) is looking into the idea of purchasing the sequel rights associated with films produced by one or more major movie studios. Movie rights are to be purchased prior to films being made. Arundel wants to come up with a decision to either purchase all the sequel rights for a studio's entire production during a specified period of time or purchase a specified number of major films. Arundel's profitability

  • The Role Of Tribalism On Choosing Partners

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    The role of tribalism in choosing partners. Inclinations to tribalism may not be the primary reason for choice of partner, but may provide as an aid for group selection. In a 1986 study from the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, factors among those that were considered most important to marital relationship decisions were that their spouse was religious, kind or considerate, artistic/intelligent, and easygoing/adaptable. Religion as a bonding agent in human relationships has taken

  • The Unscrupulous Partner By Andrea Fuller

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    In “The Unscrupulous Partner” ethics case, Andrea Fuller is a tax partner at a local certified public accounting firm located in southern California. Ed McDouglass is a general partner of Skyline Views, which is a limited liability partnership that constructed, operated and sold condominiums. For devoting 100% of his time into the limited liability partnership and taking charge of any situation, Ed functions as the general manager for Skyline Views; therefore, he is allowed a management fee to

  • Hal Riney & Partners, Inc

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    Hal Riney & Partners, Inc Ownership/size/locations -      Hal Riney & Partners, Inc., one of the most famous privately-owned advertising agencies in San Francisco, CA, was founded in 1986 by chairman and CEO Hal P. Riney himself. With the branch office in Chicago, Hal Riney & Partners Heartland, reaches out to clients in different regions as well. Both San Francisco and Chicago offices employ a total number of approximately 350 employees. Income/profitability

  • Arundel Partners Investment Analysis

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    Arundel Partners Investment Analysis EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Background The proposed business venture, Arundel Partners, is an investment group which would purchase the sequels rights associated with all films produced by 1 or more selected U.S. movie production studios for a specified period of time, or a specified number of films. As your investment analysts, our

  • What Makes Your Partner?

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    keep score include: - Jealousy: When you feel like your partner is getting more than you. - Insecurity: When you feel like you need to receive more in order to feel valued or loved. - Instead of keeping score, do things out of love. Do what you are good at and what you enjoy. Do things with the intention of making your partner happy, instead of holding it above his or her head. And, when you don 't feel like doing something, tell your partner and ask them to do it instead of fighting about the fact

  • Role Of The Coach Or Labor Partner?

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    for labor and delivery; breathing and relaxation techniques; how to write a birth plan; ways to tell when you go into labor; different options of pain relief during labor; what to expect during labor and delivery; and the role of the coach or labor partner. A lot of classes also discuss what to expect after the baby is born, such as breastfeeding, caring for the baby, and dealing with emotional changes that occur as a result of being a new parent. There are many emotions related to pregnancy. However

  • Discussion On Intimate Partner Violence

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    statistics demonstrate that every 6 days an intimate partner kills a woman in Canada. About 61% of Canadians knows at least one woman who suffered from sexual or physical abuse. It affects the health of the whole family including children and has adverse short and long-term negative consequences for health, well-being, and economic survival (City of Toronto, 2016). According to the World Health Organization, at least one abusive act from the partner reported astounding 75% of women (WHO, 2012). Worst

  • Intimate Partner Abuse And Violence

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    Intimate partner abuse and violence is in the family with domestic violence, but it may be a less talked about because I was unaware of this term prior to this assignment. While domestic violence is defined as, gender neutral and encompasses a wide range of abuse within families (Van Wormer, 2013), intimate partner abuse is defined as intentional acts to cause injury in a spouse or partner, or ex-spouse and ex-partner. Also, intimate violence is always accompanied with emotional abuse. Historically

  • An Investigation Of Intimate Partner Violence

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    Interest: An investigation of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and the availability of social programs to address the psychological consequences and trauma resulting from IPV: An investigation comparing Sub-Saharan Africa Nigeria and Ghana with Canada. Key words: Intimate Partner Violence, Domestic Violence, Violence against Women, Abuse, and Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Complex Trauma: I would like to examine the psychological impact of Intimate Partner Violence on survivors, as well as

  • Nurses Collaborating As Partners With Physicians

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    Nurses Collaborating as Partners with Physicians in Improving Healthcare Katie Workman Weber State University Nurses Collaborating as Partners with Physicians in Improving Healthcare What would be the ideal healthcare system? The health care system is complex. It is always evolving and improving. There are many different opinions and points of view. Despite being so complex healthcare and those who provide it have a common goal of, among other things, providing quality care and positive patient outcomes

  • The Family Arrangement, Partners And Their Children

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    Summary There are different structures of families in America.  In the nuclear family arrangement, partners and their children constitute the primary relationship. In the extended family arrangement, relatives provide the fundamental relationship. The man is, usually, the head of the family in such family arrangements. Gay families constitute of marriages between parties of the same sex. Other structures of the family include a single

  • Partner in Crime by Kim Harrington

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    small business not a real one because they were only seven graders. Darcy came up with this idea for making a website business about detective agency; their fake business will be about detective agency. Noah agreed with the idea and they made for it “Partners in Crime”. On the day of the presentation, Noah was feeling really nervous but after presenting everyone loved it, and Noah felt confident. After their presentation Zane came up (Noah’s crush), he is a really nice person he’s kind to everyone which

  • Domesic Violence Among Partners

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    Domestic Violence is a serious crime in which one person in a household beats/abuses another. Domestic violence is usually seen in Partners or lovers. Many people are abuse today- 57% of girls have said they’ve been a victim of this abuse, and 38% of boys have reported they’ve been victims (Watson, Cascardi, Avery-Leaf, & O'Leary, 2001). As you can see, Domestic Violence is actually rather common, and dangerous. Women between the ages of 16-24 have had the largest amount of reports of domestic violence

  • Intimate Relationship Of Intimate Partner Violence

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    consensus on the topic of intimate partner violence. In fact, public perceptions of intimate partner violence are not always backed by research. For example, the public often frames intimate partner violence as a “woman’s issue.” While, it is true that intimate partner violence affects women more than men, intimate partner violence is not based on sex or gender. According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2011), within the United States, intimate partner violence affects more than one

  • Watching Pornography with a Partner is Good for the Relationship

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    article helps understand the reasoning behind why partners watch porn and at the end explains how to deal with this issue. Hill (2013) identifies that watching pornography with your partner will make the other feel less anxious by knowing the unknown (Hill, 2013). Hill (2013) also implies that another reason why the feeling of inadequacy approaches one is by self-esteem reasons (Hill, 2013). The thought of perfect women/man in the pornography the partner is watching creates thoughts like: “I wish I

  • Domestic Violence And Intimate Partner Violence

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    The terms Domestic Violence or Intimate partner violence are gender-neutral as it is assumes that any gender can be a victims and a perpetrator of abuse. Domestic violence refers to the use of physical or sexual force, actual or threatened violent acts in an intimate relationship (Alberta Justice Communications, 2014). It can also be understood as a pattern of behavior use by an individual’s to gain power and control over another individual with whom he or she has or had an intimate relationship