Child Abuse Essay

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Beaten. Bruised. Broken. Everyday a child suffers from these, physically, verbally and sexually. You might be wondering how anyone could have a heart so weak and bitter to do perform these tasks on an innocent child. Everyday a child gets abused either physically, verbally or sexually by their so called caring parents who are supposed to love them and keep them in a safe and secure environment ironically in their home. Physical abuse is when you use actions instead of communicating verbally and if serious enough can result in death. A child can be hit, kicked or even punched which leaves bruises or broken bones! Do you want to hear the slap of a hand hitting a weak and frail little angel’s skin or the thud of a…show more content…
They try to run away from their fears, but in the end they know they are going to have to face reality again! They will be left do perform tasks by themselves which include: making lunches for school, making meals to eat, doing homework by themselves, doing chores by themselves because they don’t have the luxury of having parents that love them and would normally perform those tasks for them if they were a real caring family. A child would be spending most of their days having thoughts running through their heads about what it would be like to have a family that loved and cared for them. They would be dreaming of jumping into hot bubble baths which would be run for them by their mother; newly ironed dresses, waiting anxiously on the bed ready to be worn; a delicious home cooked meal set on the table ready to be eaten; and diving into a comfy, warm bed not having the worries of being beaten the following day. But they know that these will only happen in their dreams if they don’t try and contact someone to sort the problem which they are having out. Child abuse usually happens due to a specific reason from the abuser. Some of these reasons are: the abuser was abused during his childhood and they feel the need to take these actions out on another person to show how they were treated when they were young. The abuser could be an alcohol addict and this could result in them becoming violent when they have been

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