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A cute little child is playing in the park not even worried about a thing The child is smiling and running around having fun But when the child goes home the child gets yelled at hit and beaten up by his own parents for no reason He ends up with bruises and cuts all around his body crying in pain and fear Is that something a child deserves Often parents try hard to raise a well mannered and a well disciplined child But itfs a thin line between discipline and child abuse Itfs okay to spank the child to remind the child what he or she did was wrong but what about smacking a young child strongly across their face In our minds we know that discipline is a strict training or control to enforce obedience and to develop self-control and abuse is to mistreat a person by violence or by using coarse languages Itfs sad to say that even though parents know the difference in their heads but at times donft know the difference with their hands and feet physically There are moments today where child abuse is going on Children getting hit getting kicked getting verbally abused and tortured not only by their father but also by their mother It seems as if child abuse doesnft seem to be going on to the people near by But somewhere child abuse is happening and maybe it just passed by unnoticed Child abuse is increasing and the problem should be solved for the childrenfs sake Child abuse is a serious matter It causes physical damage to the children at times leaving them scarred for life physically and not only that but sometimes it can result in death for the children who are weak and young who couldnft survive the attack The Child Abuse and Neglect National Statistics states gAn estimated 1100 children died of abuse and
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