WHAT ARE THE ABUSERS IN MENTAL HEALTH?

ACCREDITED SENIOR PSYCHOTHERAPIST / COUNSELLOR -Dr.Fawzy Masaoud-LONDON, ENGLAND

Unfortunately, there are still situations where children are
physically, mentally and sexually abused by their parents, caregivers, family
members, family friends, teachers etc. You can’t say “Who is an abuser?” Anyone
could be an abuser. This is not to scaremonger, but you cannot recognise abusers. However, not
everyone
is an abuser. In the modern
age, it is very difficult for parents and carers of children to strike a
balance between protecting a child from danger and overprotecting them so that
they fear everyone and everything. It is
one thing to say to a child something like “All men are nasty, so stay away
from them” – What damaging impact would that have on their future life? Would
girls fear men as they grow older, refrain from relationships with men, be
unable to talk to men? or would boys hate themselves because they are men and
therefore nasty? It is very

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