Child abuse covers all physical, emotional, and sexual actions of parents, caregivers, relatives, or strangers against children and minor individuals (Sachs-Ericson et al. 106). In addition, a neglect or failure to provide for the youngsters’ physical and emotional needs, such as food, affection, and medical care, is also a form of child abuse. A history of child abuse has been identified as a risk factor for a number of psychological and mental health problems in an adult’s life. Psychological problems of adults that are associated with child emotional, physical, and sexual abuse include personality disorders, depression, low self-esteem, anxiety, substance abuse, and posttraumati...