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How Often Does Child Sexual Abuse Get Reported?

How often does child sexual abuse get reported? © Judy H. Wright, parent educator and PBS consultant www.ArtichokePress.com Body of article: Not nearly as often as it should. Most child abuse victims never report the crime or get help in coming to grips with this life-changing trauma. They move into adulthood with a broken heart and low self esteem. Much misbehavior and acting out can be traced to an incident which occurred which left the child feeling confused, betrayed and angry. In........ Read More

About Emotional Child Abuse And Neglect

Any child who experience any form of physical or emotional maltreatment is likely to bear emotional scars. For this reason it is necessary to use the following broad definition. A child is emotionally abused if he/she is: (1.) Under the age 18 (2.) Subjected to non-accidental, serious physical or mental injury, sexual abuse or exploitation (3.) He/she undergoes serious physical or emotional neglect caused by acts or omissions of the child’s parents or other persons responsible for the ch........ Read More

The Latest Child Abuse Statistics

There are several agencies in the country reporting child abuse statistics. These organizations are trying to track trends and find out ways to stop child abuse wherever possible. Child abuse statistics are used to determine where and to whom social resources should be directed. For example, child abuse statistics state that four children in the US die every day as a result of child abuse. Three out of four were under the age of four. This number has been steadily rising over the years. ........ Read More

The Hidden Elements Of Child Sexual Abuse

While most people understand that acts such as kissing, fondling, rape and sodomy are all included in the definition of child sexual abuse, there are other elements that are not always visible, especially to the average person, but also fall under the category of child sexual abuse. Here are 3 elements of a person's behavior that will provide you with a better understanding of the offender's behaviors. Power and Control: Is the offender considerably older than the victim? Is the offender larger........ Read More

Childhood Abuse And Depression - Anxiety Lives On

It has been established that nature and nurture should not be taken as enemies or total opposites, but as two intertwined realities that function together to make up the human experience. Nature was designed for nurture. Many recent and notable studies have documented the effects that early childhood experience can have on both the physical and chemical makeup of the brain. In particular, childhood abuse and/or neglect can permanently alter an individual's physiology. These physiological change........ Read More

Healing From Childhood Abuse

In the 37 years that I have been counseling individuals, I have worked with many people who have suffered from severe physical, emotional, and/or sexual abuse in childhood. Many who have sought my help were suffering from fear and anxiety, depression, various addictions, relationship problems and sexual problems. Many of these people had no memory of their childhood and had no idea why there were so unhappy. Many had spent years in therapy yet had never remembered their abuse. The reason they........ Read More


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