“Women are killed by intimate partners—husbands, lovers, ex-husbands, or ex-lovers— more often than by any other category of killer.” Assessing Risk Factors for Intimate Partner Homicide by Jacquelyn C. Campbell et al.
Mao and Nao discuss the real life murder of University of California Berkeley student Tatiana Tarasoff that led to a current law mandating mental health professionals to report and warn threats of harm to one's self and others. Simple, right?
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