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STAR Guides Wilderness - Coping with Sibling Abuse as a Parent

Coping with Sibling Abuse as a Parent

By Matt Bulkley | Blog Education Series , Boys Addictions , Girls Addictions , How To Handle Sibling Bullying , Sibling Abuse Statistics

Sibling abuse, whether sexual or physical, can have many detrimental effects on the growth of a child. It usually occurs when a dominant older sibling verbally, physically, or sexually abuses a younger sibling. In some instances, parents disregard the abuse as being “normal” sibling rivalry and they don’t intervene. If you observe signs of any […]

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STAR Guides Wilderness - Effects of Sibling Sexual Abuse

Effects of Sibling Sexual Abuse

By Matt Bulkley | Blog Education Series , Boys Addictions , Child Abuse Effects , Girls Addictions , Sibling Abuse Statistics

Sibling Sexual Abuse Because of the stigma surrounding sibling sexual abuse, not a lot is known about the psychology behind it; of both the perpetrator and the victim. Many cases of sibling abuse go unreported because parents either ignore it or are in denial about it. It is the parents’ responsibility to recognize the signs […]

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STAR Guides Wilderness - When sexual abuse occurs between siblings

When sexual abuse occurs between siblings

By Matt Bulkley | Blog Education Series , Boys Addictions , Girls Addictions , Sibling Abuse Statistics

How to Deal with Sibling Sex Abuse No parent is ever prepared for the shock of discovering sexual abuse between their children. Some parents simply can’t, but would eventually have to, given how their children’s future is at stake. Discovering sibling sex abuse happening right under your nose is not something that would be easy […]

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STAR Guides Wilderness - When sex abuse occurs between siblings

When sex abuse occurs between siblings.

By Matt Bulkley | Blog Education Series , Boys Addictions , Girls Addictions , Sexual Abuse , Sibling Abuse Statistics

Most parents do not venture to entertain the thought that sexual abuse could occur between their children and the truth is that most families do not experience sexual abuse in the family. A survey of eight hundred college students reported by David Finkelhor in Journal of Marriage and Family Counseling concluded that approximately 15% of […]

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