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“It is hard to say why,” the woman said, “I am happy.

The child looks at me and asks, ‘Do you love me?’

I say, ‘Yes, I love you.'”

The woman, who did not want to be identified for fear of reprisals, was a victim of domestic violence.

Her husband, who has mental health issues, said he was not a bad person and was not violent.

In a case where violence against women was endemic, the woman was forced to go to the police.

Her story is not uncommon in Australia.

According to the Australian Institute of Family Studies, in 2016, one in five women reported experiencing physical, sexual or emotional abuse in their lifetime.

More than half of these incidents were reported to police.

This figure is likely to be higher in NSW, where the number of cases has risen, and has more than doubled since the early 1990s.

Women are more likely to report domestic violence and rape than men, according to research published in the Australian Medical Association Journal in 2014.

One in five victims of intimate partner violence in NSW are women, according the report.

NSW has one of the highest rates of intimate violence in the country, with nearly one in six women reporting physical and sexual abuse from an intimate partner in the past year.

More on the ABC’s The Agenda: Domestic violence: What is it, how can you help and how do you help?

“Domestic violence has a significant impact on mental health, it affects a whole range of people, including young people and women,” Dr Helen Wilson, a specialist in trauma management at Sydney University’s Women and Violence Prevention Centre, told the ABC.

“It’s a problem of violence that affects everybody.”

Domestic violence is the most common crime in NSW.

Women make up just over 40 per cent of all offenders, and the majority of perpetrators are men.

According the Australian Bureau of Statistics, there are more than 1,400 recorded intimate partner homicides in NSW each year.

It is estimated that about one in three domestic violence victims in NSW lives with their partner.

A quarter of these victims are women.

“Domestically, we are the only country in the world where there are very few victims of domestic abuse,” Dr Wilson said.

“We have a very high prevalence of domestic partner violence, and a very low rate of male victimisation.”

The problem is exacerbated by a lack of resources, the lack of support services and access to services.

“A lot of women do not have the resources to get help when they need it,” she said.

The NSW Police Association, the police watchdog, said its work is focused on addressing domestic violence issues in the community.

NSW Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Kelly said there was no specific approach to domestic violence prevention in NSW police.

“In terms of prevention, our focus is on helping people, particularly young people, who are experiencing a lot of violence, particularly intimate partner or family violence,” he said.

Domestic violence can have devastating consequences.

“You can see a very large impact,” he told the BBC.

“The impact on the mental health of the victim, the impact on their mental health.”

Women are less likely to get the support they need to deal with domestic violence, the ABC found.

Domestic abuse is often seen as a victimless crime, with perpetrators rarely facing prosecution.

“One of the ways that domestic violence can be more difficult for victims to report is because they are often seen in a different light,” Dr Karen Stansfield, a lecturer in social work at Griffith University, told The Agenda.

“If they are perceived to be less than the perpetrator, the burden of reporting domestic violence falls on them.”

Dr Stansfolds said there were other forms of domestic and sexual violence that women were not seen as victims.

For example, a woman might be seen as having a drug problem and be not believed if she tells someone that she was having a drink.

A man may not be seen to be abusing his partner because of their relationship.

“I think we need to acknowledge that the way that domestic abuse is viewed and viewed by society can be a barrier to people reporting it,” Dr Stensfield said.

Dr Stanesfield said she had heard of cases where men were not allowed to wear a headscarf or wear a full veil.

In NSW, the government requires men and women to wear headscarves and full veil at work, but not at home.

Dr Wilson, who was part of the team that created the NSW Domestic Violence Intervention Strategy, said she felt the government needed to provide a national approach to prevent domestic violence in its legislation.

“There needs to be an approach to that that is inclusive, inclusive of different cultures and religions,” she told The Australian.

“This is not just about the way you wear a veil and you have a beard.”

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