Domestic violence can often be a sensitive subject, as even those who are being abused may not want to speak up, or they may feel uncomfortable talking about it. As such, experts in Florida and across the United States have different tactics for asking questions about it.
One tactic involves framing the question so that it does not sound like an accusation. For instance, the expert may mention the work he or she has done with other people and say that, based on those experiences, he or she is interested to know if there are any troubles at home. This can open the door for a dialogue without sounding like such an accusation.