Bjelland is a Ph D student at The Norwegian Police University College and she has previously carried out research on intimate partner violence in Norway. A study of relative power and intimate partner violence"), Bjelland presents her analysis of a survey carried out by Statistics Norway in 2003/2004.
Bjelland has examined survey replies from 1640 men and 1791 women who live with their partners.
My older sister won two national championships at University of Virginia in lacrosse, and my little sister was Vice President of her PR company before I got my first promotion.
One night at a family dinner, my cousin quipped that my brother-in-law who had recently married in to our family, joined a "slightly matriarchal" family.
Women more exposed Both men and women with a higher status than their partner have an increased risk of experiencing psychological abuse or controlling partners, but women with a higher income than their partner also have an increased risk of experiencing physical abuse: "Their risk of experiencing both physical and psychological violence increases with the difference in income," says Bjelland.
Husbands, likewise, dwell with them with understanding, giving honor to the wife, as to the weaker vessel, and as being heirs together of the grace of life, that your prayers may not be hindered.
1 Peter 3:7My Beloved and I had been dating for maybe two weeks and we decided to go on a hike.
The women in our family literally shepherd the men.
Since our "matriarchal" conversation, I composed a list of what makes a strong woman.