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    Anyone can be an abuser. Anyone can be a victim. There is no exclusion for social or economic class, religion, education, race, gender, size, ability or disability. Some typical characteristics of abusers include rigid ideas about male and female roles, particularly male superiority, jealousy, a history of domestic violence between parents or abuse as a child, low self-esteem, and being male (92% of all domestic violence incidents are committed by men against women, U.S. Department of Justice, January, 1994).

What is domestic violence? | Who uses violence in relationships?
 How can I recognize domestic violence?
How can I stop domestic violence? | Domestic violence resources
What is child abuse? | What is neglect? | Who is required to report child abuse or neglect?
How can I recognize child abuse or neglect? | Child abuse and neglect resources
Effects of domestic violence, child abuse and neglect on children

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