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Physical abuse is the nonaccidental infliction of physical injury to a child. In most cases, the abuser is normally a family member or other care taker, and is more likely to be male. However, females also play a predominant role in the physical abuse, especially in the form of Munchausen syndrome.
Physical Abuse September 17, 2009 Physical abuse is abuse involving contact intended to cause feelings of intimidation, pain, injury, or other physical suffering or bodily harm. Physical abuse can result in bruises, black eyes, knocked out teeth, broken bones, internal organ injuries, miscarriage, brain concussions, and even death.
Causes of physical abuse in a relationship. Image source: Google, copyright-free image under Creative Commons License Let us now have a look at the causes of physical abuse in a relationship. 1. The need for control. The first cause of any sort of abuse especially physical and emotional, comes from the need to control people.
Responding to Physical Abuse. Abusive behavior was never and can never be a part of God’s plan for a marriage or a family. By Dennis Rainey. Let me begin by saying that I cannot think of a circumstance in a marriage or family that could justify abuse of any kind—emotional, mental, physical, or sexual.
Once physical or emotional abuse is involved, it’s a different ball game. As Sheila Wray Gregoire says, “In many emotionally destructive marriages, (spouses) have spent years reading marriage books on how to make their marriages better.
Mental illness, substance abuse, and a history of experiencing or witness violence are all factors that may increase the likelihood that an individual will subject their partner to domestic violence. However, just because a person maintains certain characteristics or has lived through traumatic experiences does not necessarily mean that this individual will take part in domestic violence.
Physical abuse and injury Physical abuse is an act that is done to intentionally hurt or injure another person through bodily harm. This includes biting, pushing, slapping, burning, kicking and other acts that cause physical harm to somebody else.