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1. Physical Abuse: is an intentional act that causes injury or trauma by physical contact. It may also include domestic violence and sexual abuse. Physical abuse may involve more than one abuser, and more than one victim.2.
Sexual abuse: – Is undesired sexual behavior by one person to another. It is not only perpetrated by use of force and does not have to involve physical contact. It can often be perpetrated using force or by taking advantage of another. When force is immediate, of short duration, or infrequent, it is called sexual assault. The term also covers any behavior by an adult or older adolescent towards a child to stimulate any of the involved sexually. The use of a child, or other individuals younger than the age of consent, for sexual stimulation is referred to as child sexual abuse or statutory rape. 3.
Emotional: – is a form of abuse, characterised by a person subjecting or exposing another person to behavior that may result in psychological trauma, including anxiety, chronic depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder It is often associated with situations of power imbalance in abusive relationships, and can include bullying, gaslighting, and abuse in the workplace.23 It also may be perpetrated by persons conducting torture, other violence, acute or prolonged human rights abuse, particularly without legal redress such as detention without trial, false accusations, false convictions and extreme defamation such as where perpetrated by state and media. Anxiety, lack of confidence, low self-esteem, disturbed sleep, bed wetting, crying, mood swings and anger/aggression. 4. Financial abuse: – is the illegal or unauthorized use of a person’s property, money, pension book or other valuables (including changing the person’s will to name the abuser as heir), often fraudulently obtaining power of attorney, followed by deprivation of money or other property, or by eviction from own home. Financial abuse applies to both elder abuse and domestic violence.4