Domestic violence has always been a severe issue.
Worldwide, almost one-third (27%) of women in a relationship report that they experienced some form of physical violence by their intimate partner; Younger women are at the highest risk for recent violence.
China has a similar situation. According to All-China Women's Federation, about 25% of families suffer from domestic violence.
Through primary research, we found that people with different levels of self-esteem perform differently in relationships. People with lower self-esteem are more likely to use coping strategies that lead to negative outcomes when recieving negative feedback. More specifically, they are more likely to doubt themselves when criticised, compromise when being challenged or threatened, and overreact when facing problems. In contrast, people with higher self-esteem are less emotional and react positively to troubles.