Impact of Witnessing Domestic Violence on Adolescent Academic Performance

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The findings showed Adolescents, who see parent’s violence on each other, do not show one specific behavior or way of reacting towards anything in their life, they react unusually in certain conditions, and their behavior contains aggression, cruelty towards children and animals, bad temper, responsiveness or acting childishly, criminal behavior and attention shortage disorder and they get involved in criminal activities and take more interest in fights and abuses instead of studies being involved in fist fights boxing, hurting someone bad due to anger and keeping harmful material like knife. And those who do not show such aggression get involved in drugs to as an escape. But these findings do not imply that every child who witnesses partner violence, even frequent and severe violence, will have problems. They have accepted the fact that there are few people who have coped with the situation and were able to behave normally for the rest of life. But researchers are uncertain whether the problems of these children are attributable to exposure to partner violence alone or to the collective effect of exposure and other difficulties common in violent homes.Presently, many of the adolescents in the world belonging to different societies are psychological, physically, biologically traumatized by DV and indeed DV has become one of the most emerging and troubling issues faced by children and adolescents directly or indirectly. The most commonly emerging partner violence and its direct connection of having negative impacts on adolescents are one of the major issues faced by numerous societies throughout the world. Many adolescents are traumatized emotionally, physically and mentally by domestic violence. Domestic violence has been usually defined as violence or pressure of husband on wife all over the world among cultural, socioeconomic, demographic,