Child Abuse & Neglect Part II: Making a Report & Being a Protective Parent
Would you make a child abuse report if you had suspicions? Reporting child abuse can feel scary and intimidating. Adults often hesitant to report concerns out of fear of getting involved or retaliation.
It’s even scarier to make a report when you’re in a relationship with the person being abusive. It’s important to remember that parents who engage in abusive behaviors are often acting out of anger, fear, or their own unresolved pain.
In this special episode of the Nourishing Bits Podcast, Nikole explains how our emotions can stop us from helping a child or push a parent to the point of becoming abusive or neglectful.
For more information, download my guides If You Suspect Abuse & Child Abuse Investigations: Know the Process, Know Your Rights
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