Living with or experiencing violence or the fear of violence, including psychological abuse, is a significant risk factor for poor mental health. Violence includes bullying at school and in the workplace, violence in the home either as domestic violence or child abuse, violence in the workplace, and violence against certain sections of society.[1, 2, 3]
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