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Emotion Abuse

Summary: Emotional abuse does not involve any direct physical beating on the child. Instead, a parent or a caretaker may be emotionally abusing a child when the child may develop any psychological disorder or any abnormal behavior.
Wayne Chaw

Ms. Evyenia A. Ene

Lit and Writing Period 6

15 March 2006

Emotional Abuse on Children

Imagine a child who is not loved by the parents or guardian, who is helpless and not cared for, and instead abused consistently. This is what millions of children experienced in the United States, and the rates of child abuse are still growing. Child abuse reports have maintained a steady growth for the past ten years, with the total number of reports nationwide increasing 45% since 1987 (Nation Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse). Child abuse is a very serious crime because the immediate effect from physical abuse may be fatal, and the effect from the emotional abuse may impact the child¡¦s psychological development. Emotional abuse is one of the main categories of child abuse. While emotional abuse does not inflict the child any physical pain, but because emotional abuse alone affects the...

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