Childhood Abuse In The African American Family

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Abuse in the African American Family Children are exposed to many different emotional stages during their lives. Some children stay on the emotional stage longer than others, while a hand-full gets over it. It only depends on the major issues they are facing, such as sexual abuse. Among African American families, sexual childhood abuse can leave emotional scares during stages of growth on the people who are involved, and the identity of the person being abused. During our many stages of growth, we tend to let some things go, while other thing we hold on to in our hearts. Most children who have been sexually abused experience a trauma that could potentially hinder then from growing in not only mind but also in body. If a child has already

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