Domestic Violence Essay

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A Perspective on Preventing School Violence

The tragedy at Red Lake High School in Minnesota is a painful reminder of what can happen in a school. Following, is my perspective on how we may prevent school violence.

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Domestic Violence: An Overview

C. J. Newton, MA, Mental Health Journal. February, 2001.

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Domestic Violence isn't just hitting, or fighting, or an occasional mean argument. It's a chronic abuse of power. The abuser

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