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Journal. Explain in your own words what abuse is. What are some characteristics of an abuser? What would you do if your friend was being abused? - Would you tell someone?? If so,who ?. Abuse. Abuse - . - the physical, emotional, or mental mistreatment of one person by another .

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Journal
Journal

  • Explain in your own words what abuse is.

  • What are some characteristics of an abuser?

  • What would you do if your friend was being abused?

    -Would you tell someone?? If so,who?



Abuse
Abuse -

- the physical, emotional, or mental mistreatment of one person by another.


Questions

  • Is abuse legal??

  • What are some characteristics of an abuser??

  • Do abuse victims ever deserve the abuse? Please Explain.

  • NO!! Abuse is illegal

  • Abusers are bigger, stronger, and more powerful than their victims.

  • NO! Abuse is NEVER ok. The abuser will make their victim think that they deserved to be abused.

Answers



Physical abuse
Physical Abuse-

– hitting, slapping, kicking, pushing, shoving, punching, choking, weapons, and shaking (baby).



Emotional abuse
Emotional Abuse -

– use of words or gestures to mistreat another person.

examples:

making fun of, yelling, bullying, making someone feel stupid and worthless, and threatening physical violence.


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  • Why do you think someone would bully someone else?

  • What happens to a person’s health triangle when they are a victim of bullying? Explain your answer.

  • Explain what cyber bullying is. Provide as many examples as you can.


Bullying
Bullying

  • Bullying is when a person is picked on over and over again by an individual or group with more power (physical and/or social)


Why are people bullied
Why are people bullied?

2 main reasons:

Appearance & Social Status

*bullies pick on people they think don’t fit in.



Victims of bullying can experience the following
Victims of bullying can experience the following:

  • Can be afraid to go to school

  • Can be afraid to ride the bus

  • Can be afraid to use the school bathroom

  • Can be afraid of being alone in the school hallway

  • The fear and anxiety caused by being a bullying victim can make it difficult to focus at school.


Bullying can cause victims to experience
Bullying can cause victims to experience:

  • Fear

  • Depression

  • Loneliness

  • Anxiety

  • Low self-esteem

  • Physical illness

  • Suicidal thoughts


Bullying survival tips
Bullying Survival Tips:

  • Ignore the bully & walk away

  • Hold the anger (they like seeing people get angry)

  • Don’t get physical

  • Practice confidence (stay true to yourself by doing things you enjoy)

  • Take charge of your life

  • Talk about it (guidance counselor, teacher, friend, or parent)


Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying

  • Cyberbullying is the use of technology to harass, threaten, embarrass, or target another person.

  • Cyberbullying also includes posting personal information or videos designed to hurt or embarrass someone else.

    cyberbullying news report


Protect yourself from cyber bullying
Protect yourself from Cyber Bullying:

  • Walk away (from computer/turn phone off)

  • Report to service provider (facebook may block the bully from using the site)

  • Block the bully

  • Don’t respond

  • Be safe online (password protect online sites/cell phones & change password often)


Cyber harassment cyber stalking
Cyber –harassment & Cyber- stalking

-When an adult sends messages or notes


Sexual abuse
Sexual Abuse

  • when a person is forced to participate in a sexual act against his or her will.


Statistics
Statistics:

  • 1 in 4 Girls & 1 in 5 Boys are sexually abused by the time they reach the age of 18!

  • 75% of sexual abusers are family members!!


Sexual abuse continued
Sexual Abuse continued….

  • Often sexual abusers don’t use physical force. Young people are persuaded or bribed into performing sexual acts.


Sexting
Sexting:

  • the act of sending sexually explicit messages or photos electronically, primarily between cell phones.

  • Sexting news report


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Sexting:

  • Penalties:

    the actions of these teens technically amount to distribution of child pornography, a New Jersey sex crime charge that could carry severe, lifelong penalties for these young people.


Sexual harassment
Sexual Harassment

  • uninvited and unwelcomed sexual conduct directed at another person.

    Examples:

    words, touching, jokes, looks, notes, or gestures with a sexual meaning.


Cycle of abuse
Cycle of Abuse -

- the pattern of repeating abuse from one generation to the next.

*** The key to stopping abuse is to break the cycle of abuse!


Neglect
Neglect -

- The failure to meet a person’s basic physical and emotional needs


People have the following needs:

  • Love

  • nourishing food

  • Clothing

  • adequate housing

  • Education

  • Safety

  • medical/dental care.


Who can be neglected
Who can be neglected??

  • Children

  • Elderly

  • People with disabilities

  • Animals



Effects of abuse
Effects of Abuse: have difficulty setting and achieving goals.

  • self-neglect or injury

  • depression, anxiety, sleep disorders

  • violent or criminal behavior

  • drug and alcohol use

  • eating disorders

  • suicide attempts

  • poor personal relationships


How to avoid abuse
How to Avoid Abuse: have difficulty setting and achieving goals.

  • Recognize

  • Resist

  • Report


Where to get help
Where to get help: have difficulty setting and achieving goals.

  • Police department

  • Hospital

  • Shelters

  • Support groups

  • Crisis hot lines

  • School


Review questions
Review Questions: have difficulty setting and achieving goals.

  • Threatening to punch someone in the face is a form of which type of abuse?

  • Name 3 characteristics of a bully.

  • Explain what cyber bullying is.

  • Using words with a sexual meaning is a form of______________.

  • What groups of people can be neglected and why are they susceptible to being neglected?

  • What are the 3 R’s in order to avoid abuse?


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Review Questions: have difficulty setting and achieving goals.

  • Shoving and choking are an example of which type of abuse?

  • What is a common characteristic of a teenager who bullies other teens?

  • What type of person does a bully pick on?

  • What is sexual abuse?

  • Threatening to beat someone up is what type of abuse?

  • What is neglect and is it illegal?

  • Explain the cycle of abuse.


Review questions2
Review Questions: have difficulty setting and achieving goals.

  • What is the importance of reporting abuse?

  • Explain what neglect means.

  • List 5 effects of abuse.

  • List 3 places where someone can go to report abuse.


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