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1. Power and Control: Domestic violence is often about one person trying to gain power and control over the other person. This can take many different forms, such as physical violence, emotional abuse, or financial control.
2. Learned Behavior: People who have grown up in homes where domestic violence was present are more likely to become perpetrators or victims of domestic violence themselves.
3. Substance Abuse: Domestic violence is often associated with drug or alcohol abuse. When someone is under the influence of drugs or alcohol, they may be more likely to act violently.
4. Mental Health Issues: People with mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety, may be more likely to engage in domestic violence.