We have educated children to think that spontaneity is inappropriate. Children are willing to expose themselves to experiences. We aren’t grownups who always say they protect their children, but they’re really protecting themselves. Besides, you can’t protect children. They know everything about what is happening in society. Children sometimes argue, are aggressive, or act angry or defiant around adults. A behaviour disorder may be diagnosed when these disruptive behaviours are uncommon for the child’s age at the time, persist over time, or are severe. But, it is just to get the things they want from them.
Sometimes, many unwanted negative situations try to immerse a student’s life in a sea of failures and disappointments. All doors of dreams appear to shut and everything around begins to fall apart. Generally, students get stuck in their past failures and negative experiences without considering their present life. It is worth plenty of courage and effort to get rid of depressing feelings and remain positive and stay instigated. According to experts, many thoughts can boost student’s moods and take them back to the right path of success and achievement.
Most parents want to be good parents and have the strength and capacity, when adequately supported by family or other social supports, to care for their children and to keep them safe. Most children are best cared for by their own families. Therefore, others and the community can provide essential supports to families who have maltreated their children, or who are at risk or otherwise need support, to help them develop the strengths and to build protective capacities to keep their children safe so the family may stay together.
Social assistance for parents is also crucial. Child care and other forms of support help families pursue the opportunities they need to build better futures for their children. Still, these services remain out of reach for many families in need.
Social protection covers the range of policies and programmes needed to reduce the lifelong consequences of poverty and exclusion. Programmes like cash transfers – including child grants, school meals, skills development and more – help connect families with health care, nutritious food and quality education to give all children, no matter what circumstances they are born into, a fair chance in life.
Child abuse is a social and public health problem, as well as a children’s rights issue in Society. Abuse can lead to a wide range of adverse consequences for children and young people in today’s world. Child abuse can affect all domains of development – physical, psychological, emotional, behavioural, and social – all of which are interrelated. The consequences of child abuse that specific types of maltreatment and negative outcomes over children has been observed.
Child trafficking is one form of modern-day slavery. Children are enslaved by this practice to provide cheap labor, work in dangerous situations, do illegal activities, as domestic laborers, be forced to smuggle drugs, be child soldiers, and be prostitution just to name a few. Child trafficking and exploitation have serious social and psychological effects. Children are routinely sold as commodities. These entities who deal in child trafficking are in a multi-billion rupees industry and in many times operate with virtual impunity. Children are trafficked to be used in commercial labour work and other forms of child labour. A single child may be sold into many different forms of child slavery. It affects a child both physically and mentally.
So, we as a responsible citizens we must stop all these things and take one step ahead to save them from these people. If we want to stop negative thoughts of a child by saving them from these bad things and giving a chance to implement their future very brightly.
All or any child needs is the protection of loving parents and an alternative source of information. So, let us provide all these needs to gain happiness from them.