SHOCKING VIDEO: This clip will make you think twice about leaving your child with a househelp
Shocking Video: This Clip Will Make You Think Twice Before leaving Your Child with the House Help
Remember the wicked nanny who was seen in an online video horribly assaulting a toddler in Uganda? Jolly Tumuhiirwe the 22 year old house help revealed that reason why she beat baby Arnella Kamanzi is that she was frustrated because her bosses wouldn’t give her money, and that they accused of her of things she hadn’t done.
A video doing rounds on the internet will leave you perplexed. A nanny was caught on camera sexually assulting alittle girl behind an unfinished construction site.
The little girl however seemed not aware of what was happening though she was doing as directed.
Check out the video;
Well, leave alone physical assault to the children. It is now clear that some of these children are being sexually assaulted by the people that we have entrusted to take care of them. The obviously sexually starved nannies throw courtesy out of the window and do unimaginable things with the children.
Parents can tell if their children have been sexually abused by the following observations.
Acting out in an inappropriate sexual way with toys or objects
Nightmares, sleeping problems
Becoming withdrawn or very clingy
Becoming unusually secretive
Sudden unexplained personality changes, mood swings and seeming insecure
Regressing to younger behaviours, e.g. bedwetting
Unaccountable fear of particular places or people
Outburst of anger
Changes in eating habits
New adult words for body parts and no obvious source
Talk of a new, older friend and unexplained money or gifts
Self-harm (cutting, burning or other harmful activities)
Physical signs, such as, unexplained soreness or bruises around genitals or mouth, sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy
Not wanting to be alone with a particular child or young person.
For this reason it is vital to contact someone for advice about what to do as soon as you suspect that something is wrong. The positive message is that early help for the child or young person and their family can make a real difference. Evidence suggests that the earlier children can get help, the more chance there is of preventing them moving on to more serious behavior. It is important to be alert to the early warning signs that something is going wrong