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Here are the top ten articles for the Child Abuse Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. A Personal Story of Child Molestation
This article is written by a guest writer and mother who has experienced this tragedy on a very personal level. She has given some very excellent insights on the matter, as well as signs to look for.
2. CPS and False Reports of Abuse
Not all reports to Child Protective Services are legitimate cases of child abuse.
3. Why Does Abuse Happen?
Why does abuse happen? Are there any reasons that lead to abuse? This article looks at some possible causes, as well as the fact that abuse knows no boundaries.
4. Mother's Day
While Mother's Day is a time of tender celebration for many, it can be a day of challenge and difficulty for survivors of child abuse, bringing up many powerful emotions and painful memories. This article is written for those that have endured abuse from their mother.
5. Trust as Children
Trust is a major factor in all relationships. Children that are abused learn quickly that they cannot trust their abusive parents. This article sheds light on the issues surrounding trust when it comes to abused children.
6. Inappropriate Touching and Molestation
Inappropriate touching and molestation happen frequently. There are many aspects to this type of abuse.
7. Child Abuse and Foster Care
Another child died at the hands of their foster parents. This article addresses this issue.
8. Abusive Narcissistic Parents
The children of narcissistic parents sometimes struggle on a daily basis. They can be left to feel shame and guilt at not being able to meet their parents expectations.
9. Verbal Abuse
Verbal abuse is a form of abuse that wounds the spirit and heart of the victim. There are numerous tactics that abusers use when verbally abusing a child.
10. Effects on Children That Witness Abuse
The effects on a child that witnesses abuse in the home are long term. Even though they are not the one being abused, it still greatly affects them.
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