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Como reconquistar o ex? Como reconquistar um homem que ama?
Conjugal violence: an interactional phenomenon. Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos Unisinos. Conjugal violence is one of the most relevant phenomena in family psychotherapy and in public health in general because, besides the physical and psychological damages it brings, both in partners and the children that live with it directly or indirectly, it needs to be addressed by a multitude of actions to be prevented and treated. This article advances a critical review of the literature about the concepts of gender violence, violence against women and conjugal violence. Firstly, a panorama of the gravity of this phenomenon is drawn, emphasizing the historical and transgenerational character of intrafamily violence. We discuss the risk factors involved in this type of violence. We also describe the results of research that identify the profile of those involved in family violence and the characteristics of the links they have in the contexts where they are inserted. Secondly, we detail the perspectives of different authors in order to understand violence that occurs between members of a couple, characterizing it as preponderantly unidirectional with victims and abusers well-established in a context of asymmetric violence or as a relational phenomenon part of the interactional patern of a couple.
Eu gostaria de te dizer: chore sim, sofra sim! E vou te mostrar como reconquistar o seu ex, seja um namorado ou marido. Isso foi comprovado por estudos do comportamento humano.
Adolescent dating in Brazil: the circularity of psychological violence in different relationship contexts. The scope of this paper is to evaluate the perpetration of psychological violence in current male and female dating relationships and their link to psychological violence experienced in other contexts of their lives, namely family, relationships with friends and dating partners. The results highlight the fact that the increase in the number of psychologically violent events perpetrated by adolescents in their intimate relationships is related to greater verbal aggression of the mother and father, and the more frequent experiences of psychological violence between parents, siblings, friends and that existing in earlier dating relationships. This reinforces the notion of circularity of psychological violence in various contexts of socialization of adolescents and highlights the continuity of aggressive behavior in other dating relationships, and those between siblings, family and friends. Jezl et al.