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All of these effects of child abuse usually carry over into adulthood. An individual who has been abused as a child may continue to find forming relationships and emotional bonds difficult years after the abuse has ended. Each effect of child abuse is imprinted into the individual's psyche, and the effects of child abuse may be very difficult for an individual to overcome. An individual who has suffered from abuse as a child may have problems maintaining a healthy relationship. They may take part in constant fighting or arguing. An individual who was subjected to child abuse may also have trouble communicating their feelings. One common effect of child abuse is that a child may become used to suppressing their feelings and emotions. Often in cases of child abuse, the abuser forces the child to remain quiet about what is happening to them by constantly threatening the child, or something or someone that is important to the child. The child will be unable to tell anyone about what they are experiencing or feeling. As a result, a child who has suffered from abuse may become very secretive and may fear exposing their feelings to another individual. This may be very detrimental to a child's relationship with his/her friends and family, as well as any romantic relationships that they may develop in the future. An adult who has suffered from child abuse may also find it difficult to be intimate with another person.
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    All of these effects of child abuse usually carry over into adulthood. An individual who has been abused as a child may continue to find forming relationships and emotional bonds difficult years after the abuse has ended. Each effect of child abuse is imprinted into the individual's psyche, and the effects of child abuse may be very difficult for an individual to overcome.

    An individual who has suffered from abuse as a child may have problems maintaining a healthy relationship. They may take part in constant fighting or arguing. An individual who was subjected to child abuse may also have trouble communicating their feelings. One common effect of child abuse is that a child may become used to suppressing their feelings and emotions.

    Often in cases of child abuse, the abuser forces the child to remain quiet about what is happening to them by constantly threatening the child, or something or someone that is important to the child. The child will be unable to tell anyone about what they are experiencing or feeling. As a result, a child who has suffered from abuse may become very secretive and may fear exposing their feelings to another individual. This may be very detrimental to a child's relationship with his/her friends and family, as well as any romantic relationships that they may develop in the future. An adult who has suffered from child abuse may also find it difficult to be intimate with another person.

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