A good example is domestic violence. This paper will prove that violence in a family has an extremely negative influence on personality of a child which can be witnessed in various aspects. In order to do so, the paper will show that children who saw violence in their families tend to grow up as violent individuals; they often experience problems in school; they also tend to struggle with coping with their uncontrolled impulses; a lot of children that were brought up in such families tend to take up abusing a particular substance; they often report to have low self esteem; such children find it difficult to develop close relationships with other people; they also might struggle with various psychosomatic disorders that they may develop throughout life; finally, the children develop a distorted understanding of intrafamily relationships that they copy in their future families.
The first and the most obvious effect of violence in a family on children is that the latter become more violent themselves (Covell & Howe, 2009, p. 9). Thus, the young men and women see that ones physical security is not a sacred right that should be maintained, but some an abstract notion that may be violated at different time. As a result, such people tend to develop a history of physical assault starting from the very young age. For example those children who regularly see violence at home might pick up fights with other children in school or even become bullies. This might be explained by the fact that these children are not able to develop a proper appreciation of right of personal security. That is why the line that the majority of the people never cross is crossed rather easily. Another point that should be mentioned is that their violent nature might manifest itself towards animals. Indeed, there are numerous cases when children were engaged understanding torturing and killing pets. In spite of the fact that the