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Child Abuse is Dangerous!
by Jordan W
(Moorestown, New Jersey, USA)
People need to know how dangerous child abuse really is. Almost every day some child has died because one of their family members has killed them. The society needs to know that this not going to go away, and should really begin to crackdown on this situation.
I'm doing this as my research project, and it has touched me deeply hearing about all of the numerous deaths that occur in our world today. I am only 17 years old, and I want to do something about this epidemic. This has to stop! The government isn't doing much to put this to an end. Parents around the world are watching this and probably wondering, what they are doing to help our children. If we don't bring this to a close, or lower the amount of deaths, the world is going to go into chaos!
We need to attack this now, before it gets out of hand! The world is our hands, and we can make a difference in what goes on. So, why don't we!Darlene's comments to this Child Abuse Commentary "Child Abuse is Dangerous!" are at the link below.Email addresses, phone numbers, home addresses AND website/blog URLs in visitor comments are STRICTLY prohibited, and could result in being banned from making further comments on this site.
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