How is childhood domestic violence defined? Brian Martin, founder of Children of Domestic Violence and author of Invincible, says that from a child's standpoint, childhood domestic violence means any form of physical or non-physical abuse done to your parent, from another parent or step-parent. From Brian's research, he found that most people who grew up around domestic violence felt that the verbal abuse had more of a lasting effect than the physical abuse they witnessed.
For the 10 lies that children of domestic violence believe, their reasons, and the truths behind them, view the slideshow below:
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