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Most of us would rather avoid a heavy subject — abuse. If we are abusers, we don’t want to face up to ourselves. If we are not abusers, we don’t want to try to understand how someone could abuse, or we don’t want to believe it happens. Yet, both abusers and those who abuse not only need our understanding but our actions.
Teachers do their best to teach all children, both those abused and those not abused. When your safety is involved, it is hard to learn information or set goals. Those first five years of life affect our learning more than any other time period. The situations we face, the stresses we deal with and the modeling we observe determines many conscious and unconscious decisions.
There are many good books delving into the results of abuse, both non-fiction and fiction. Sometimes a story helps a reader realize that he or she isn’t alone. Abuse affects the weak directly, whether they are children, the elderly or those with handicapping conditions.
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