Bio Parent Abuse No topics
When a child is sexually abused by a biological parent, there is a deep sense of betrayal that goes above and beyond the betrayal felt in other types of sexual abuse cases. The situation often results in a custody battle in family court as well. This is because 80% of sexual abuse happens in a one-on-one situation and there is often not enough evidence for a criminal conviction. In such cases, the abuser keeps their parental rights and the protective parent must fight for the safety of their children. While sexual abuse cases have much in common, this is a unique element that separates cases of biological parent abuse from other types of sexual abuse cases. This category was created to give protective parents whose children were abused by a biological parent a place to process and find support, resources, validation, and encouragement.
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