Tag Archives: Abuse - part 9

Child Neglect Stories

The neglect of a child can come in all shapes and forms. Neglect does not simply mean that a child is being abused physically, but they can also be neglected emotionally and mentally as well. A child needs to have a parent and adults around in order to not only care for them but to

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How to Run Away from Home: A Teenager’s Guide to Survival

How to Run Away from Home: A Teenager’s Guide to Survival Many children have fantasized about running away from home at one time or another. Whether the reasons had to do with feeling isolated or helpless, suffering from domestic violence or abuse, or just general rebellion, there probably aren’t many kids who haven’t at least

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Types of Abuse

There are many forms or types of abuse. Abuse can and does affect the four developmental areas of a child’s life. These developmental areas are: Emotional, Cognitive, Social and Physical Development. These developmental areas are described as: “Physical Development is the development of the body structure, muscles, bones, and organ systems. Motor activity is developing

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Helping Missing and Exploited Children

Missing and Exploited Children There was a time when, as children, we could run and play with the next door neighbor (as long as we were home by dark, as if only bad things happen after dark). We could walk to school without fear of something happening to us or one of us being snatched

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Objectifying Women – We Don’t Have to Accept It

Everyone deserves the consideration of being appreciated for all their qualities, not merely for appearances. To judge a person for physical beauty is to negate their humanity and personhood. Objectifying women is often considered the first step in a mindset toward intimidation and a disposition for violence directed to women. Reducing women to nothing more

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The Ultimate Abuse Definition: Are You A Victim of Abuse?

Abuse can happen to anyone. Regardless of your age, gender, or ethnicity, you can become a victim of abuse. The problem is many people who are being abused do not see themselves as victims and abusers do not see themselves as being abusive. To protect yourself and the ones you love, you need to keep

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