Vanishing Act: A Lingering Echoes Novel

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S. indicate that 29.4% of children in dual-parent homes live in a family in which partner violence has occurred within the last year.1 Even when children in violent homes are not the target of abuse by parents, they are frequently involved in their parents' violence in other ways that put them at risk.2 Children are at physical risk when they intervene in their parents' fights or accidentally get caught in the "crossfire." Public health social workers identify social problems affecting the well-being and social development of the public and then seek to not only treat them, but also understand them better so they can prevent them in the future.

Pages: 344

Publisher: Clean Teen Publishing (June 23, 2015)

ISBN: 1634220951

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The link between domestic violence and child abuse: assessment and treatment considerations. Child Welfare. 1994;73(1):29–39. 11. Cappelleri JC, Eckenrode J, Powers JL. Findings from the Second National Incidence and Prevalence Study of Child Abuse and Neglect. Am J Public Health. 1993;83(11):1622–4. 12 Snapshots. S. and Brown, G. S. (1988), 'Social support: the hypothesis and the evidence', in S One Night in the Hill Country: A Samantha Lacroix Thriller (Adan's Thriller Mystery Suspense Books). In a Canadian study on public attitudes towards family violence, one in two persons surveyed recognized psychological and physical abuse as a form of family violence. Although respondents felt that family violence involving verbal abuse such as insulting or humiliating the victim could result in negative psychological effects and low self-esteem, they indicated the highest level of concern for victims of physical and sexual abuse. (EKOS Research Associates 2002) *Indicators of PTSD include haunting memories, nightmares, social withdrawal, anxiety, depression, sleep disturbances, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, memory loss, and feelings of helplessness, fear and anger (Meyers 2004) Faith Wish.


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