Neglecting the problem and pretending nothing’s there is not going to help. The society should face this problem as a serious problem. The government should have departments with strong groups of people that can really reach into every single family that has domestic violence problems. This helps the government know more about their people, and also helps keep the victims away from domestic violence and other relating problems, in order to give the rights back to them.
The domestic violence problem is not exaggerated. If we don’t focus on this, the amount of victims will increase. Domestic violence causes serious injuries, even death. As a result, more and more people will get hurt and die. Next, the news of people dying because of domestic violence will spread, and they will make people sad and depress. Then, there might be more crime and suicide because people are feeling blue. The problem will grow bigger and the society will be suffering the crisis.
The hurting is not only physical, but also on the inside. Although the physical pain is already gone, the hurting inside isn’t easy to be healed. This will lead to some problems like people not trusting others, murder, or doing violence to others as well. The victims may have problems dealing with their family and other people.
In conclusion, domestic violence should not be ignored, for ignoring it bring bigger crisis. Therefore, neglecting domestic violence is not a solution. We should consider these problems...