Child Abuse Is Wrong

by Name Undisclosed

My point of view for child abuse is that I think that it should be stopped for good. Not only is it the parents' fault for hitting their child, but at the same time their child has a right to tell someone.

If any child has ever been threatened by a parent to not tell anyone else about them being physically, emotionally, or sexually abused, that's just to scare them into not telling anyone else. No matter what, you should tell a teacher, a counsellor at school, or another relative that you know you can count on!! Don't let your parents hit you or take advantage of your life any longer. Stand up for yourself, and stick to it, at all times, no matter what!! If your some 9, or 10-year-old boy/girl, you can still tell someone about your parents hitting and abusing you! Tell someone and before you know it, you'll finally be free!!!

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