By Michael J. Salamon PhD
In this advisor, psychologist Michael Salamon bargains definitions of abuse and describes indicators that are meant to illustrate to mom and dad, academics, and faculty officers that abuse could be taking place. easy information regarding on hand equipment of remedy is equipped and the original cultural stipulations within the Orthodox Jewish group that make prevention and remedy so tough is mentioned.
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Most prominent among them is the apparently increasing rate of domestic violence. One outcome of the Shidduch Crisis book was the need to develop an approach to understanding the causes for increasing rates of domestic violence (DV). DV is but one more form of abuse that may be increasing partly because few understand it as abusive. One bright spotlight on the shidduch crisis is reflected in a well-publicized incident in which a renowned psychologist was invited to take part in a task force on sexual abuse in the Orthodox community.
Making comparisons as a means of reducing culpability is a poor excuse to avoid the responsibility of preventing abuse, especially among individuals charged with caring for others. In my mind his response only heightened the very apparent need to create an understanding of the many forms of abuse that do exist and how abuse can affect people. In another example, I was recently told of a female fifth-grade teacher in a Yeshiva who would spank boys who misbehaved on the school bus. She put them over her knee and spanked them.
She reported that her father was an alcoholic and sexually abused her repeatedly for many years. Her mother was verbally abusive and did nothing to prevent the abuse her father did to her. As a child Hannah recalled the abuse as confusing and painful but in some ways, forgettable, just like so many other confusing childhood events. ” The memories of abuse were always there but became significantly more intense as Hannah entered her thirties. Part of her pain came from the increasing awareness that she did not fight back as a child and wrongly blamed herself for, in her mind, conspiring with her father in allowing the abuse.