Boy, a book, a book a boy (we’ll protect you) -2

Before moving on to the subject of neglect, I would like to continue the subject of abuse, which I devoted to explanations and contents last week.

There are different kinds of abuse.” Emotional, Physical, Sexual”

I know that the first thing that comes to your mind is sexual abuse, which we hear the most and is the hardest to bear. As you read this article, I want you to expand your window to exploitation and not ignore other forms of exploitation.

The abusive approach to children actually comes from those closest to them.

Yes, it may be surprising, but the rate of abusive approach of people we can consider as parents or caregivers was found to be high.

So why? Is it intolerance? Are you tired?

This situation, which cannot be explained by a single reason, may have multiple reasons. When we look at the abuse framework, the first thing that draws our attention is “caregiver (mother, father, etc.), child”.

The child’s susceptibility to abuse may actually be that he opens up most of the space that he cannot open to the child. The person who has difficulty in compromising his personal pleasures and enjoyment abuses and neglects the child.

Parenting is learned.

In order to learn, it is necessary to research, read and share the resources that can be obtained from the child.

I would like to recommend you a very good book that you can read. ” YOUR CHILD “

Read it, understand it by descending to the same age as him. Both your childhood and your child will tell you the do’s and don’ts.


It is present in parents who do not realize that they are abused and neglected. It would be more accurate to call it circulation in a vicious circle.

If a CHILD is not read like a book;

He begins to reveal his traumatic experiences with extremes such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Behavior Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, depression, substance use, relationship and communication problems, sexual identity disorders, attention deficit, and school failure. I would like to underline that every child is a different book, so their reactions may be different.

We can understand that children express themselves (to the future).

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