Cycle of Violence

Abuse may seem unpredictable but careful observations of battering incidents have proved that, in many cases, there is a predictable pattern to the abusive outbursts. The pattern, or cycle, happens many times over a relationship. Each phase of the pattern may have different lengths of time and over time the level of violence seems to increase in severity. It’s important to note that not everyone’s experiences are the same, nor does all violent relationships fit the cycle.

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April 12, marks Equal Pay Day in Canada: symbolizing how far into the calendar year the average woman works to earn what men, on average, earned in the previous year.

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Gender based violence around the world can include: financial, spiritual, psychological, physical, sexual abuse, femicide, trafficking, child marriage, female genital mutilation, and online/digital abuse.

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