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Similarly, discipline is inconsistent with the same behaviours sometimes tolerated and at other times harshly punished depending on the parents’ moods. Children are often forced to take on adult roles including parenting the parents or acting as sexual partners. Lack of appropriate boundaries and vigilance means that the children are also exposed to sex offenders’ predatory behaviour. 9595 CHAP 2 13-26 16/6/05 8:55 am Page 16 16 An introduction to early childhood Case example Jane was six years old and lived with her mother, sister aged three and baby brother of 18 months.
When taken out they would sit for hours without daring to move, speak, eat, drink or go to the toilet. Most people failed to recognize the abuse but instead congratulated the parents on having such remarkably well-behaved children. Deviant context Sometimes mimicking any one of the above contexts, here the family system contains one or two people who are seriously damaged and who abuse their power and yet are skilled at exploitation and manipulation. It includes people who are ‘addicted’ to hospitals and medical care but present their children rather than themselves for treatment.
Victims believe that they are more likely to survive if their abusers are basically good and care for them, they therefore look for signs of goodness in their abusers and are grateful for any indication of kindness. They feel useless, worthless and powerless. Having convinced themselves that the abuser is good, they begin to believe that they are being justifiably mistreated because they are bad. Psychological contrast: the process towards despair or acceptance may be accelerated by psychological contrast, which substantially weakens victims making them more compliant.