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Forms of Physical abuse 


Physical abuse may take forms of.      





*Giving alcohol


   *Using excessive force or making child bleed.

Its important to remember that all children will experience, some forms of accidental injury thought their childhood years, and they may well

experience cuts, bruises, bumps and even broken bones. The difference between genuine accidents and deliberate

acts of physical abuse.


*The location of the injury.



*The frequency of the injury.


Children who have had a geniune accidents are usually explained in the right way.A child will enjoy tell have they hurt themselves. Suspicion

should be raised if children are reluctant to talk about their accident or if they appear nerves or upset as this could be a sign of abuse.









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I am simply running this website to help others get though what ever they are facing whether its current or in the past.


I am simply running this website as I have been though many different institutions in my life
time and thought that I would like to help others that may need help.



The facts and statistics that are on my website are those that I have researched and written in my own writing.
I have spend and still do spend time looking and reading all different books, research or website to help others
who are reading this website. I can give you the source of my research if need be as well just,
email me on 'contact us'.


Please bare with me while I am trying to update the website with
new pages and revising statistics.



The true life pages are of those who have contacted the page, with they own memory of what
they have been though, some have changed their names,
places etc. for their own protection.



Amy x