“Violence in relationships is not exclusively a gendered issue; our physical, psychological, socio-cultural and spiritual health and wellness all influence how we may act/react in our relationships,” Bellem shared. “It is an interplay of each of these that may cause someone to act violently toward another.”
“To address, respond and treat this issue more thoroughly, we need to take a more holistic approach in our work that includes the emotional health and healing of all people,” said Bellem.
*“mental health is a resource that each of us needs in order to manage our lives successfully.” Dr. Ken Harland.
Do you share her viewpoint?