I will pay for the following article Violence. The work is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Exposure of and to women is still not accepted by certain families, in spite of the fact that women’s liberation is growing considerably in almost all parts of the world. Violence against women is another factor meddling with the improvement of women.
When we talk of violence, it might be in the form of sexual harassment, discrimination in the living circle and working place, restrictions imposed either by the family members or by society, lack of safety in places where people are moderate in numbers etc. According to the National Organization for Women, “Every day four women die in this country as a result of domestic violence … two to four million women of all races and classes are battered each year … every year approximately 132,000 women report that they have been victims of rape or attempted rape, and more than half of them knew their attackers” (2006). Many women struggle to find a definite solution to cope with these problems. This has probably led to the growth of Battered Women’s Shelters and Victim Support Groups.
These Shelter Houses and Victim Support Groups are helping in such a way that they help victimized women face society with a supporting hand with lots of courage and ambition. This paves the way for many victim women to think that they too have ample chances to prove themselves in the society. “When you leave an abusive relationship, you need support to help sort through the emotions, feelings of lost hopes and rebuild your self-esteem and personal strength. Counselling and support groups help many victims tremendously through this difficult time” (“Thought About Leaving”, 2003). To be precise the Shelter Homes and the Victim Support Groups, in which some are aided by Social Services, provide permanent housing and work to resolve their clients’ individual issues. It gives them wholesome support. “People tend to think of domestic violence response in terms of intensive services such as shelter, legal assistance, and police and court advocacy. .  .