Emotional Abuse Is Far Worse Than You Think
A new study finds that emotional abuse is just as harmful as physical or sexual abuse so why is no one talking about this Hey guys, Tara here for Dnews and anyone who's not a complete monster knows just what kind of scars sexual and physical abuse can leave on a child. But something that's rarely, if ever talked about is psychological abuse. There are no laws against it, no billboards on the side of the highway. And yet the American Academy of Pediatrics says it's the most.
Challenging and prevalent form of child abuse and neglect. So why aren't we addressing this issue with the same fervency we give to other more, visible kinds of abuse Well, part of that may be a simple lack of awareness. Until now, most of the studies on this subject, have specifically looked at the longterm effects of sexual or physical abuse. But according to a new study, children who are emotionally abused or neglected can develop similar and sometimes even worse mental health problems than kids who are sexually or physically abused.
For this study, researchers analyzed data from 5,616 children with lifetime histories of physical abuse, sexual abuse, psychological maltreatment, or a combination thereof. Maltreatment in this case was defined as either abuse or neglect inflicted by a caretaker so things like bullying, threats, severe insults, isolation, etc. What they found, is that a staggering number of children 62 had a history of psychological maltreatment, and 24 of the cases they studied, were exclusively related to psychological maltreatment. They also found that children who were victims of psychological maltreatment, suffered from.
Anxiety, depression, low selfesteem, posttraumatic stress disorder, and suicidal tendencies at the same rate and in some cases, an even greater rate than children who were physically or sexually abused. Especially worrisome, is the fact that of the three kinds of abuse, psychological maltreatment specifically has the highest association with depression, anxiety, attachment issues, and substance abuse. So clearly, this is not an issue we should just be brushing off. According to the US Children's Bureau, nearly 3 million U.S. children experience some form of maltreatment every year. But as the lead author of this study, Joseph Spinazzola, points.
Out there are no physical wounds associated with psychological abuse. So child protective case workers have a particularly hard time recognizing it. He also brings up the point that emotional abuse just doesn't carry the same social taboo as physical or sexual abuse, even though it's equally, if not more, damaging to a child's mental health. As such, our primary goal, he says, should be to implement more public awareness initiatives to help people understand just how harmful psychological maltreatment is for children and adolescents. While we're on the topic of children, I wanna remind all of you guys watching this,.
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TO MAKE US RELIVE A MOMENT IN OUR LIVES THAT WE WERE GREAT EVERY DAY IS A HORRIBLE THING. WE REGRET EVERY DAY IS A HORRIBLE THING. A LOCAL TELLS US LOCAL EXPERTS TELLS US THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF VICTIMS QUIETLY LIVING IN FEAR. I TALKED TO ONE. THANK YOU. THIS IS A GOOD DAY, THE MOTHER OF THREE CHILDREN TRYING TO MAKE IT ON HER OWN, WHO HAD TO GET A FREE CAR SO SHE COULD GET TO HER JOB. FINALLY TURNING TO HOPE HOUSE TO ESCAPE EXTREME VIOLENCE IN.
HER HOME. IT IS PURE HELL. IT'S SOMETHING THAT YOU WOULD NEVER EVER THINK YOU WOULD GO THROUGH, BUT I DID FOR THE LAST EIGHT YEARS OF MY MARRIAGE. IT TOO OK TALKING TO SMOEONE. SOMEONE. SHE NOW HAS A JOB AND A CAR TO GET HER THERE. BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY SHE HAS FOUND A WAY OUT OF HER ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP. TWO OF HER CHILDREN HAVE SPECIAL NEEDS, IN THE CAR CAN GET US TO ALL THOSE DR. GET HER TO ALL THOSE DOCTOR VISITS. THE QUESTION I ASK IS WHY DID.
Human Services Technology at Montgomery Community College
My name is Constance Thompson I'm a second year student at Montgomery Community College majoring in Human Services Technology. I chose human services because I've always been a people person. I've always wanted to help others. I found it to be very selffulfilling and also fulfilling to the people I'm helping. It really brought out the best in me, to help people and once I found out what human services was about, I said that is the one for me. The classroom has really prepared me for my clinical's this semester. I have 150 hours to do.
And I'm doing it with the Male Minority Mentoring Program. It's really given me some insight in dealing with people from different cultures. I didn't think it would be difficult working with different cultures, but I didn't realize that boundaries that exist, how I could offend somebody. What stands out to me the most is not knowing what I was getting into because a lot of people hear human services and they're like I don't know what that is, I thought it was like social work which it is, but its also learning how to counsel people.
And to help them through their problems, case management. I chose MCC because I have been here before and I knew that they had a very good program for human services and at the time the instructor here was really pushing me to do it and I'm very glad that I did because I've met so many good people. My best experience with the Human Services Program had to be my group process class. It was a small class and when we got into the group part of it and out of the textbook part, and in to the circle,.
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Hi, this is Michelle from Counseling Recovery. I'm a psychotherapist in San Jose, California. And I want to talk to you today about celebrating your exhusband on Fathers Day. I know this might sound a little unconventional, especially if maybe the divorce is fresh or you just haven't really been able to work together well after the divorce, which is really common. And this is actually why I'm suggesting it because if you can take some time and acknowledge what he is doing well, as opposed to focusing on what he isn't doing well, this might be.
The start of something more amicable between you. Because, you know, you guys are going to be in each other's lives a long time if your kids are small and so, taking the time out to acknowledge what he is doing right can really go a long way in creating good will. The other thing is it's a lot less work to be light and polite as opposed to holding on to past hurts and resentments. And, you know, it really only takes one person to change this. You can be light and polite by saying please and thank you and thank you so.
Much for what you've done for our kids. And Fathers Day is a great time to say that. And, a lot of times, that will be really helpful for you and him, and also for your kids because if you guys can start to work together and take this day to end some of that battle, your kids are going to benefit because they're going to see you guys not fighting. They're going to be more relaxed and more relieved, really, because they want to get on with their lives too. And divorce is a really hard thing to go through. And sometimes we just need.
New visa rules to be enforced for marriage immigrants
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Women Stand Up and Speak Out against Domestic Violence The Allstate Foundation
You probably do know people who have been victims of domestic violence or affected by domestic violence, but people don't talk about it. And because they don't talk about it, they're embarrassed that they stayed in a relationship or that they got there in the first place, that's one of the reasons why they get trapped and why there's a lot of people living in a lot of pain. Tell a Gal P.A.L., Pass It On, Act, and Learn, encourages people to not be afraid to talk to their friends, talk to their neighbors,.
Talk to their family members about domestic violence. There's something beyond the abuse, and once people start speaking about it and speaking out about it, they can become empowered. I can't tell you how many people have said, Oh my gosh, that happened to me. That happened to my sister. That happened to a friend of mine. We have to have our own selfesteem to be able to continue to be strong and to say That's it, I can't stand this anymore, and life changes for us. You don't live in fear anymore. You'll never forget, but you won't live in fear.
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