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    alone, there are many people on a daily basis who suffer from verbal-emotional abuse. In today’s society too many of our children live in homes where they face verbal-emotional abuse on a regular basis. In this paper we will discuss what verbal emotional abuse is, why so many children face verbal-emotional abuse and how to tell what the signs of verbal emotional abuse are in order to assist a child in need. Verbal emotional abuse is defined in many ways because there are so many underlying meanings

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    What is Emotional Abuse?

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    Emotional abuse refers to a pattern of behavior of the caregivers or parents, which interferes the cognitive, psychological, emotional as well as social development of the child in a serious or severe manner. Emotional child abuse therefore refers to a persistent and severe ill handling or treatment of the child by the caregiver or parent. Emotional abuse may be the only form of mental challenger the child is suffering from or it may be a combination of many other effects or child neglect. This may

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    Emotional abuse is when a caregiver fails to support a child and supply them with the security and love they need. Emotional abuse also establishes whether the child’s relationship with the caregiver and the environment they are in is troubled, intimidating or whether they cannot support the child’s healthy development. There are currently 16,093 children in Australia’s society today that are emotionally abused by caregivers and adults. 11,194 children and neglected and are negligently treated in

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    I would strongly advise against the measure to remove neglect and emotional abuse from the definition of maltreatment in Oregon. It is important to note that neglect is the most reported and substantiated type of maltreatment, with 771,000 children reportedly suffering from abuse. Neglect can take many forms, and in some cases the signs may not be clear right away. Children may be wearing dirty clothes, or wearing summer clothes in the middle of winter. Other signs could be that the child is hungry

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    Sneddon (2003) explained emotional abuse as the emotional mistreatment or negative response of the child. Emotional abuse can include sustained rhythmic inappropriate emotional responses and reactions to the child’s emotions and behavior. For example, an inappropriate response may involve a parent getting angry with the child in reaction to the child unintentionally breaking something and yelling at the child extremely or calling the child names. In addition, other emotionally abusive behaviors

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    Emotional Abuse Signs

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    When you hear the word “abuse” one might think of a man hitting his wife or girlfriend, a woman with covered up bruises and physical marks. It is a subject that gets discussed more, something that is more often shown on popular television shows and movies. But there is another type of abuse that does not get shown or talked about as much. It is called “emotional abuse” and just because it does not show physically in marks or bruises does not make it any less dangerous and damaging. The first step

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    The effects emotional abuse has on a victim will stick with them for their entire life. Even the smallest event can, and usually will, trigger horrific memories that create anxiety and makes it a struggle to interact with others. It causes the victim to withdraw from society because they feel they are not worry of social interaction. When a person is repeatedly told they are stupid, worthless or any other degrading comments, they begin to believe them. Even worse, they start to believe they deserve

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    Emotional Child Abuse

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    Emotional Child Abuse By: Goddess Johnson The term emotional child abuse didn't even exist when I was growing up. But that didn't change the devastating outcome--the effects were severe, ever-present, and followed me into adulthood. Emotional abuse is the cornerstone of all the abuses because emotional abuse is always present during physical child abuse, child neglect, and sexual child abuse, and it is the only abuse that can stand on its own. It does not have to accompany any of the other abuses

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    Can a tongue do as much damage as a fist? The seriousness of emotional abuse as opposed to physical abuse is a controversial topic. Some bring the power of emotional abuse into question, alluding that since the threat is not imminent and a person cannot exactly succumb from spoken words, it is not as damaging. However, if a wound or scar is not visible, does it make it any less real or devastating? The effects of emotional abuse are far-reaching and overwhelming, and should therefore receive at least

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    suffer from emotional abuse and spread awareness about it. Central Idea: Helping out a person with emotional abuse can make there day, save their life, and make the world a better place. -Introduction- As a kid growing up, I was constantly teased for being an outcast, a weirdo, to an extent that I started to believe it myself and this occurring to me at a young age immensely affected my personality. My topic today is a topic rarely ever brought up, emotional abuse / psychological abuse. There are

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