Category Abuse

Verbal abuse - Violence towards children
Abuse

Verbal abuse - Violence towards children

Words have powers. I don't quite remember who or when I heard this statement, but what I do know is that over time I realized that this is very true. There are words that hurt, that hurt, especially if they are said many times by parents or teachers. The screams and explosions they use Verbal violence lowers children's self-esteem Many times parents do not realize what we are saying.

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How to prevent child abuse

As important as how to detect child abuse is the prevention of abuse and maltreatment in childhood. Among the keys to favoring that children have optimal relationships with others is to instill adequate reference models and an education from the earliest childhood in the family, social and school environment.
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Child abuse. How to know that the child is being abused

First of all, it is important to clarify what is meant by child abuse. In short, it would be any action (whether physical, emotional or sexual) or omission, that parents or caregivers, intentionally, exert on the child and cause physical and / or psychological damage. There are several types of abuse. : - Physical and / or emotional neglect in the care of minors, depriving them of food, optimal hygienic-sanitary conditions, necessary medical treatments, children not attending school or with a high rate of school absenteeism, allowing them to consume alcohol or drugs, indifference towards their moods, being ignored, etc.
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Abuse

Verbal abuse - Violence towards children

Words have powers. I don't quite remember who or when I heard this statement, but what I do know is that over time I realized that this is very true. There are words that hurt, that hurt, especially if they are said many times by parents or teachers. The screams and explosions they use Verbal violence lowers children's self-esteem Many times parents do not realize what we are saying.
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