For the last three years freelance writers have been taken for granted by the general public as far as the struggle for human rights. They were seen as mere writers whose main business revolve around academic works until recently when it came to the fore that they are part and parcel of fighting team for the human rights after highlighting various incidences of child abuse in the United States of America and the United Kingdom. Most people were taken aback upon learning that majority of the activists rallying behind the child abuse campaigns are just but paralegal freelance writers. Despite their overwhelming contributions towards bringing child abuse into a complete halt, lawyers and legal experts are of the view that freelance writers as masqueraders hence should not write any article touching on the human abuse and legal lapse in the United States of America. What a paradox!
Contrary to the American legal standards, freelance writers make it clear that child abuse encompasses emotional abuse, physical abuse, sexual abuse and negligence to which children culprits are subjected to. For many children the effects of child abuse goes far beyond childhood into adolescence and adulthood; this compromises the lifetime productivity of such children. It is most apparent that children who have been abused are more likely to experience adverse outcomes such as degraded physical health which may include hypertension, chronic fatigue, and sexually transmitted diseases. Secondly, poor mental and emotional health, for instance, eating disorder, depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts and attempts are likely to manifest as does behavioral problems, for example, adult criminality and aggression, abusive and violent behavior.
Freelance writers go ahead to add that high- risk health behavior is likely to be dominant in some of the abused children when they become adults. Behaviors such as higher incidences of sexual partners, teenage pregnancy, and alcohol abuse are known to stem from the prolonged aftermath of child abuse. Finally, child abuse acts as a breeding ground for cognitive dysfunction such as deficits in attention, poor language development, and poor problem solving skills, which definitely affect academic achievement and performance in school. Therefore most children who have been abuse are withdrawn and to a larger extent undermine their daily performance. It is on these grounds that the freelance writers recommend that US. Government put the necessary measures to curb child abuse by educating parents and guardians on dangers of child abuse.
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