A recent survey among married Christians, conducted in four Asian countries (Mongolia, Nepal, Indonesia, and the Philippines), revealed a rather horrific reality. The online survey was done in October-December 2021, with 1,150 respondents representing these four countries. The survey looked at five types or dimensions of domestic abuse: physical, emotional, financial, spiritual, and sexual. The survey indicated that one of every five women and 17.8% of men had experienced physical abuse from their spouse in the past three years. Additionally, 11.3% of women experienced sexual abuse from their husbands and almost half of all female respondents reported emotional abuse.
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