According to google, Domestic Violence is violent or aggressive behavior within the home, typically involving the violent abuse of a spouse or partner. Domestic Violence is not only physical abuse, but it is also emotional abuse.
Many times, children witness domestic violence between their parents. The children growing up in the home may think the domestic violence is normal and may not label it. A child may witness one parent throwing a phone at another parent. Is this Domestic Violence? The answer is yes. When a child witnesses, this behavior, they normalize it and think it is okay.
Aisya Carroll witnessed several domestic violence relationships as a child. As an adult, she found it difficult to distinguish domestic violence in her own relationships. Being called out of your name and treated like an animal is also domestic violence. Domestic violence can be seen in so many forms.
Aisya Carroll has created a program to help recognize domestic violence relationships. The program will allow the individual to acknowledge the relationship as not healthy. And provide healthy coping mechanisms for the individual to make the next step decisions in their life.