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Anything said that humiliates or insults a person. This can take the form of demeaning comments, insults, threats, sarcasm, mocking, continuously forbidding, harassing with continuous orders, yelling and screaming, endless criticism, malicious insinuations.
Psychological violence is any attitude, words or behaviour intended to show contempt for someone and diminish their self-esteem, or undermine their self-confidence. It can take the form of rejection, terrorizing, isolating, belittling, exposing to conjugal violence, indifference or exploitation.
Any act ranging from an attack on a person’s physical integrity to putting their life in danger. Beating, biting, burning, wounding, choking, hitting, shoving, throwing to the ground, shaking violently, confining and tying up are all forms of physical violence.
Negligence is when parents or other caretakers of a child do not ensure the basic conditions essential for the child’s emotional, psychological and physical development. It can mean caring for a child in an inadequate or dangerous way. Negligence is characterized by the absence or lack of gestures essential to a child’s development, by a chronic lack of care with regard to health, hygiene, nutrition, education, supervision, a lack of attention or affection.