Physical Abuse

Physical Abuse can start when the abusers emotions are so intense that the littlest things cause them to snap. Then they take the punishment too far.

During the process of physical abuse the symptom usually get worse, they include more bruises, cuts, or in the worst of cases broken bones. The symptoms get increasingly worse when the abuser thinks they are being disciplinary when they are really causing severe harm.

Victims of abuse often loose their identity, or feel like they have no place in the world, they dramatically fall in their school work, or they develop eating disorders.

If you or anyone you know are experiencing abuse these are some ways to get help; call an abuse hotline, get a counselor to listen to your problems, talk to friends and family you trust, and make your own decisions, but be smart about them.

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