ABOUT SMOKING CHILD ABUSE VIOLENCE CAMPAIGN


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Reflection is a campaign to change your child's environment for the better, in a collaboration with different organizations. The three organizations are Child abuse, Smoking and Violence.



What is child abuse? Child abuse is when a parent or caregiver, whether through action or failing to act,
causes injury, death,
emotional harm or risk of serious harm to a child.


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About 30% of abused and neglected children will later abuse their own children, continuing the horrible cycle of abuse

Parent Should..

 Not consume alcohol when your children are around you
 Not consume drug at all

 Spend quality time with your children, get to know them better
 Seek for counselor if you have issue with your anger management
 Have patience with your children
 Listen more rather than perform action

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Children whose parents smoked were four times more likely to buy cigarettes than the children of non-smokers.

Parent should..

 Quit smoking or dont't smoke infront of your children at all.

 Monitor your children. For example, movie viewing, especially
R-rated movies.
 Find therapist to help your addiction.


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Violence also can strain parent-child relationships, lead to lost contact with one parent, create economic hardships, and increase conflict between parents.

Parent should..

 Seek for counselor or theorist
 Not to act violence because your children will experience psychological distress and have emotional scars.

 Not to act violence because it does psychosocially damage
on your children.
 Not to act violence because is not the only way to solve problems.






Contact us at reflection@gmail.com | or give us a call at
1-800-987-HELP

CAMPAIGN

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REFERENCE

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University of Washington, “Children whose parents smoked are twice as likely to begin smoking between ages 13 and 21 as offspring of nonsmokers” |More info
Columbia University, “If Mom or Dad Is a Smoker, Their Teenager Is More Likely To Be a Smoker Too"|More info
Hood Center for Children and Families |More info
Psychology Today|More info
Child abuse statistics and facts in the U.S.|More info
Joyful Heart Foundation|More info