Child Abuse is the physical or psychological mistreatment of a child by his or her parents (including adoptive parents) guardians or other adults. While this term emphasizes on carrying out wrong acts a related term is child neglect: not doing what is necessary negligence. The combined problem area is soften called Child Abuse and neglect. Below the term abuse is used in the generalized meaning which also includes neglect. Child abuse occurs in all classes of society.
Maladjusted psychological need may drive an adult to abuse a child. One thing in common among different types and degrees of abuse is failure to consider a child’s long-term interest.
Imposing malnutrition on a child can be a form of abuse depending on severity. For example causing a child to forfeit breakfast one morning might not be considered child abuse.
Among the symptoms that various professionals sometimes ascribe to and seek as signs of child abuse are:
A. Emotional Abuse
B. Neglect (Under protection)
C. Physical Abuse Emotional withdrawal/distance over aggressive behavior (especially boys) distinctively shaped scars most especially:
D. Sexual Abuse (see also Age of consent)
E. Isolation and Over Protection
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