Couples and family members in California get into arguments and fights from time to time. This is common, but it is important that the arguments are verbal and not physical. However, many arguments unfortunately do result in physical violence. This can be very detrimental to the victim of the violence both physically and mentally. Unfortunately many times it is not just a one-time occurrence either. There are many repeat victims of domestic violence stuck in situations they may not know how to leave.
Almost every couple in California have arguments from time to time. These arguments can be over a variety of issues, but for the most part these arguments remain verbal in nature. However, this is not true for everyone and sometimes these arguments turn physical and one person may hit, push, kick or in some other way physically assault the other. This is not right and should never be the way that couples resolve disagreements. Domestic abuse can be very detrimental to the victim both physically and mentally and can affect the children as well.