What is Child Abuse
One of the effects of child abuse is physical harm. Some abusers may physically harm their children to make them stop crying or to make them stop bugging them. During the infant's early stages of development if the baby is being physically abused, some of the infant’s injuries are apparent. Sometimes the abuser try not to leave any visible marks on the infant so that the physical abuse is not discovered. Some observable effects on an infant that has been physically abused are bruises, welts, swelling, difficulty in walking or sitting.
Clearly, child abuse is a serious problem because it can cause problem to the child like physical harm, mental harm, and emotional harm. These all cause problems to the child like, decreasing it moral, and hitting the child. If you see a child with bruises, stand up and help them.
"Effects of Child Abuse and Neglect." Joyful Heart Foundation. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Mar. 2016.
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