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She told her how he had hit her when she was bad and when last weekend I was gone he had “tried to put his peepee in her peepee.” When I heard that I started to cry and told my aunt how he had been doing those things and more to me but I never thought he would do them to her. My aunt had a facial expression of “don’t worry I’m going to take care of this”, and she called my step grandma right away and told her what we said. They then picked up my mother and took us all to the hospital to get checked out. The doctor told her with great sympathy that there was no penetration on my sister but that there was some evidence of sexual abuse on both of us. I could see from my mother’s facial expressions that she had the whole time that she didn’t want to hear what the doctor was saying and there was going to be no sympathy from her what so ever.
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Early detection of children with ADHD is important due to the prevention of secondary disorders. If the parent suspects ADHD, they should their child to their doctor who may send them to a mental health specialist (National Institute of Mental Health, 2011). Kyoriotaji and Manolitsis (2010) both believe it is very important to ask for the child’s classroom teacher to contribute important information because of their extensive contact with the children in a structured and unstructured environment by creating a baseline of behavior to begin the process of diagnosis. Individuals with ADHD may be inattentive, hyperactive and impulsive. Individuals that exhibit inattention may be easily distracted that causes them to miss details, forget things, and often swap from one thing to another.
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Research performed by some authors has also shown that children who are abused have the tendency of becoming abusive parents themselves. Some abused children find it difficult to build a healthy relationship with people resulting from their abuse experiences. Child abuse is everywhere in the world, it occurs in all cultures, races and it is a problem that attention has not being fully focused on, therefore child abuse should be prevented and stopped. Child abuse is described as a harmful behavior on the children whether physically or mentally. The most common type of abuse is the physical abuse, this is because it is easily identifi... ... middle of paper ... ... for Disease Control and Prevention, 14 Jan. 2014.