The Bomb in the Brain: The Effects of Child Abuse

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The phys­i­cal, emo­tional, and med­ical effects of child abuse. You can­not under­stand or oppose the vio­lence in the world with­out under­stand­ing its true source.

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  • gsjikwblao 5 years ago


    The source of a person's violent nature is not only a natural "subconscious" development produced by a lack of understanding of their parents, but has it's ultimate foundation in the fear produced in a competition-based world that by it's nature demands that there be losers in the game. The stress of uncertainty that poverty produces will make the assimilation of this knowledge far more difficult for the impoverished then it will be for those of the upper economic classes. This means that those who need it most, are least likely to get it. Hiring  professional help is not a solution for poor people because poor people cannot pay for it.   Therefore,  I believe that it will be necessary for us to evolve into a state of increased conviction of conscience, allowing us to see the destructive nature of our current perceptions before we will discard them.  When we no longer produce stress, no one will be motivated to take it out on their young, developing children. In this way, we can understand that a process of mechanical reasoning alone will not by itself  stabilize our world but it will only come when we are driven by a significant conviction of conscience to see the fundamental wrong in a world where some people have more then they could ever make practical use of and others are starving to death. Through the knowledge in this film, some will be able to stop beating their children. But the abuse of children, and every other evil will not pass entirely from the world until we evolve to a point that we can distribute security equally to all members of the human race 
    The love of money really is the root of all evil. Only an increased conviction of conscience will drive our intellectual reasoning to see it.

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  • Peacekeeper8 5 years ago

    Have been trying to view this, is it no longer available? All the others seem to have a link which reads, watch / play now, not this one!

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  • Peacekeeper8 5 years ago

    Have been trying to view this, is it no longer available? All the others seem to have a link which reads, watch / play now, not this one!

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  • swiss army luggage 5 years ago

    Well child abuse is really common. And most abuses happens in our own home. What is happening to our society? And we can see and say to our self that this is really a fallen world.

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  • swiss army luggage 5 years ago

    Well child abuse is really common. And most abuses happens in our own home. What is happening to our society? And we can see and say to our self that this is really a fallen world.

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