Friday, February 23, 2018

Hitting Hands (open hand)

In the USA we use many different words to describe actions which cause children pain.  All these It all comes down to hitting hands that cause small knots, bruising and sometimes unconsciousness.  How many words do we have for love? 

  • Banged around
  • Bopped (on the back of the head)
  • Choke (neck)
  • Chop (Judo)
  • Dropped
  • Hit
  • Knocked (him around)
  • Knocked him out
  • Knots (on head)
  • Pinched
  • Poke
  • Popped
  • Prodded
  • Pulled
  • Punch
  • Punched
  • Punched  (sucker)
  • Dragged home by hair
  • Pushed
  • Rope burn (with hands on wrist)
  • Slam
  • Slap face
  • Slapped
  • Slap, hard open hand
  • Slinging
  • Smash (in face)
  • Smacked (him along side his head)
  • Socked (him in the eye)
  • Spank, hard makes bruises
  • Spinning
  • Squeeze, hurtful
  • Stretched
  • Strike
  • Sucker punch
  • Swinging
  • Thump
  • Thumped in head
  • Yank

Remember, the foundation for all violence begins at birth through 13 years old.  Hands that are supposed to love and comfort may be instruments to inflict pain on children. 

Children do not forget the pain they received from loved ones.  The may forgive, but they don't forget. 



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