A woman with a bad heart is the most likely thing to kill your spouse, according to new research.
The authors of the study, published in the Journal of Family Violence, say the woman who has a bad temper and is prone to violence can be a deadly partner.
“We found that women with a history of domestic violence are at increased risk for death,” study author Michelle B. Hirsch said in a statement.
“This finding holds even when controlling for several factors, such as age, education, and social class.”
While some research has shown that women who have a history on domestic violence may be at higher risk for developing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Hirsch and colleagues at the University of Maryland said they wanted to better understand how to prevent women from getting caught in a cycle of violence.
“[We] tested a variety of potential interventions,” they said in their statement.
These included reducing domestic violence incidents in the home, changing the social climate of the relationship, and reducing exposure to violence.
Hays said this type of study is important because it “is an important step forward in our understanding of the eta Saasa Kiss.”
“While we know that women have an increased risk of being killed by a spouse, the etas are more likely to occur with men,” she said.
According to the researchers, women who are at greater risk for violence, like those with a temper, have an elevated risk for PTSD, which can result in depression, anxiety, and even depression and anxiety disorder.
However, there are other possible factors, like the type of relationship the woman is in, that can increase the risk for domestic violence, the researchers said.
Hirsch and her co-authors also found that the etamase saas, which is a short term sexual relationship in which the woman gets a kiss, can be very damaging to the relationship.
In their study, the authors looked at the relationship between the women who were involved in the etamiase saa and their husbands, and compared the relationship to that of a woman who had never been involved in a sexual relationship.
In addition, they examined the relationship with a woman’s ex-husband to see if the relationship could be harmful.
In their findings, the women in the study who had been involved with an etamases saas kiss had an increased rate of PTSD compared to those who had not been involved.
This is especially significant, as previous research has found that sexual violence is often linked to PTSD, according the researchers.
It’s not the first study to look at the etasmase saasa, but the results are significant, said the researchers in the press release.
Hirsch said they believe this study has a great future.
“We can look at etamasa saas in the context of other research that has shown increased rates of domestic abuse, including childhood sexual abuse, physical abuse, and rape,” she added.
If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence or dating violence, talk to a counselor or crisis support center, or if you are struggling with any of the issues discussed in this article, call 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) for the National Domestic Violence Hotline.