But any form of abuse is harmful to the victim as well as the abuser and may lead to more serious consequences if ignored.Identifying or admitting there is a problem is the first step to finding a solution to adolescent parental abuse and seeking help through intervention is the next step to attempt to resolve problematic adolescent behavior.Understanding consequences of sexual abuse can assist the pediatric nurse practitioner in anticipating the physical and mental health needs of patients and also may assist in the identification of sexual abuse victims.

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A unique factor in parental abuse is 'the culture of blame', which has deepened over the past decade.

abuse may appear in one or a combination of five forms; physical, verbal, psychological, emotional, and financial.

Reasons for this may be parents feel ashamed and/or think they should be able to handle the situation by themselves without outside assistance.

In addition, some parents may feel it is not safe for them to attempt to control the situation for it might enrage their child more.

It is difficult to ascertain the prevalence of the phenomenon due to the fact that it is hugely under reported by parents.

Research carried out in Canada, United States and Oceania suggest that mothers, lone parents as well as parents facing social and family difficulties are more probable to experience parental abuse, especially if a child has experienced violence in the family.

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