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The diagram shows the general structure of a lipid, which consists of two main parts. Which part is circled? alcohol group fatty acid carboxyl group unsaturated lipid
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Emotional abuse is less harmful than physical abuse. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
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Emotional abuse is less harmful than physical abuse. FALSE.
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Effective communication has the desired effects on the receiver. True or False
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Which of the following can influence a person's behavior toward committing an act of violence? A. drugs or alcohol B. mental or emotional issues he or she may be dealing with C. what is seen or heard through the media D. all of the above
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the differences between the honeymoon phase, tension phase, and violence phase of domestic abuse.
Weegy: Domestic violence, also known as domestic abuse, spousal abuse, battering, family violence, and intimate partner violence (IPV), is defined as a pattern of abusive behaviors by one partner against another in an intimate relationship such as marriage, [ [ dating, family, or cohabitation. ] ] (More)
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The phases of domestic violence:
Tension phase: During the tension building phase, minor violent incidents may occur; however, much of the abuse will be verbal and emotional. The daily pressures and stresses of living contribute to an already volatile situation.
Violence phase: When these tensions become overwhelming, an explosion occurs. The violence may escalate into life threatening attacks, verbal abuse increases and there may be threats to kill the victim or loved ones.
Honeymoon phase: During the “honeymoon” phase, the batterer will attempt to make amends, promise to change and actually appear to change for the better.

The amount of time between phases varies. Some batterers explode on a daily basis, others may go years in between violent incidents, while the tension continues to build and problems fester.
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