D1- Evaluate the Potential Long-Term Effects of These Two Forms of Abuse on the Health and Wellbeing of Adults.

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D1- Evaluate the potential long-term effects of these two forms of abuse on the health and wellbeing of adults. I am going to be talking about the long term effects of 2 different types of abuse these are Sexual abuse and Emotional abuse I will be also evaluating how these two forms of abuse have serious long term effects on the individual who has suffered this type of abuse. I am also going to talk about how health care professionals can help the individual deal with these effects in their day-to-day lives. Sexual Abuse Sexual abuse refers to any action that pressures or forces someone to do something sexually they don't want to do. It can also refer to behaviour that impacts a person's ability to control their sexual activity or the circumstances in which sexual activity occurs, including oral sex, rape or restricting access to birth control and condoms. It can happen to men, women and even children. Sexual abuse can happen to anyone at any age. Sexual abuse is one of the most common types of abuse that happens within the UK in "2009/10, 2010/11 and 2011/12 on average 2.5 per cent of females and 0.4 per cent of males said that they had been a victim of a sexual offence in the previous 12 months. This represents around 473,000 adults being victims of sexual offences (around 404,000 females and 72,000 males) on average per year. These experiences span the full spectrum of sexual offences, ranging from the most serious offences of rape and sexual assault to other sexual offences like indecent exposure and unwanted touching."(Crime Survey for England and Wales, 2009/2010/2011/2012) Sexual assault is a personal and destructive crime. The effects on individual can be psychological, emotional, or physical. They can be brief in duration or last a long time. An individual's response will differ depending on their personal circumstances. Some of
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