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  • Hello, Psych2goers!

    哈囉!Psych2go 的粉絲!

  • We just want to take the time to thank you for all your kind support.

    我們想藉此機會感謝你們的慷慨的支持。

  • We are a team of dedicated, passionate, and hardworking individuals who come together every day with one goal in mind:

    我們是由一群敬業的、有熱忱的、勤奮的人所組成的團隊,我們每天聚在一起為了心中的共同目標:

  • We want to make psychology come alive for you.

    希望心理學成為你生活中的活知識。

  • We are self-funded, and recently launched our Patreon.

    我們是自費經營,並在最近開啟了我們的 Patreon 平台。

  • If you enjoy the work we do and find it meaningful, please stick around until the end of the video for more information on how to get more involved with us and all the cool rewards you can get from us.

    如果你喜歡我們的作品,也認為這是有意義的,請看到影片的最後以了解如何與我們更加緊密,以及從我們這裡更夠得到哪些很酷的回饋。

  • We hope you enjoy this video.

    我們希望你喜歡這支影片。

  • Childhood abuse can develop into lifelong issues from insecurity to intimacy issues.

    兒童期虐待可能會發展成為終生的議題,從不安全感到親密關係的問題。

  • Depending on the severity, it can also cause a person to suffer Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

    依據嚴重程度,甚至可能導致一個人得到創傷後壓力症候群,簡稱 PTSD。

  • Along with mental health awareness, our team also wants to take a stand and educate the public on the dangerous effects of child abuse.

    隨著心理健康意識抬頭,我們的團隊也希望有所作為,並教導大眾有關兒童虐待的危險後果。

  • Some of the information we are about to share might be triggering.

    某些我們將要分享的資訊可能會造成不適,

  • So we advise our viewers to be careful.

    所以我們提醒觀看者要格外小心。

  • If you or someone you know is being abused, we advise you to call your emergency hotline immediately for help.

    如果你或是你認識的人曾遭受虐待,我們建議你馬上撥打緊急專線以尋求協助 。

  • Here are six types of child abuse.

    總共有六種兒童虐待。

  • One: Name-calling and other forms of verbal abuse.

    第一種:辱罵或其他形式的言語虐待。

  • While some people may argue and say that words will never hurt them, words can and often do hurt, especially when you're young.

    雖然有些人爭辯說言語不可能真正傷害他們,但言語通常能夠而且確實造成傷害, 特別是當你還年幼時。

  • Harsh words from a parent or guardian has even greater ability to hurt.

    父母或是監護人的尖銳話語具有更顯著的傷害力。

  • One study by Johnson, Cohen, and others suggest that verbal child abuse can increase the risk of the victim developing personality disorders.

    Johnson、Cohen 等人所做的一個研究顯示,兒童的言語虐待會增加發展成人格疾患的風險。

  • Research by Teicher and colleagues also shows that verbal abuse can negatively alter the development of the brain.

    Teicher 與同事的研究也指出,言語虐待對大腦發育有負面的影響。

  • As a result, verbal abuse can have serious physical effects on the child.

    因此,言語虐待對孩童來說會產生嚴重的生理後果。

  • Two: Shaming.

    第二種:羞辱。

  • Shaming people for something that isn't wrong is an abusive behavior parents can inflict on their kids to gain control.

    並非為了做錯某事而羞辱他人是一種虐待行為,父母施加於孩子以獲得掌控權。

  • It causes the victim to develop insecurities which parents can use to get what they want if they find that their child is disobeying them.

    當他們發現自己的孩子不服從他們,父母藉此得到他們想要的,這會讓受虐者形成不安全感。

  • Over time, this causes the child to lose trust in their caretaker.

    一段時間後,這使得孩子失去對照顧者的信任。

  • As they grow up, they may also become hesitant in developing social connections with people afraid that one day they will be betrayed or hurt.

    當他們長大,他們可能會猶豫不決於與他人形成社交連結,害怕自己有一天會被背叛或受傷。

  • Three: Extreme helicopter parenting.

    第三種:極端的直升機教養。

  • Helicopter parenting is different from being a pushy parent.

    直昇機父母不同於求好心切的爸媽。

  • Extreme helicopter parenting occurs when parents are so overbearing that children do not have any say in even minor details.

    極端的直升機教養發生在父母過於蠻橫自大,使得孩子即使在小事情上也沒有插嘴的餘地。

  • Parents who constantly check in on their child make it difficult for the child to learn healthy boundaries.

    父母時時刻刻監控著自己的孩子,讓孩子難以學會健康的人際界線。

  • Furthermore, if children are pushed too far emotionally or physically, they can develop physical or mental scars.

    此外,如果孩子在心理上或生理上被逼迫得太緊,會在他們心裡或身體上形成傷疤。

  • Four: Sexual abuse.

    第四種:性虐待。

  • Sexual abuse, however explicit or implicit, can cause long-lasting harmful effects on the child.

    性虐待,無論是公然地或隱晦地壞造成孩子長期的傷害。

  • The child may suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and can close themselves off completely, afraid of getting into relationships.

    孩子可能深受創傷後壓力症候群之苦並使他們完全地自我封閉,害怕進入人際關係中。

  • This can cause them to fear intimacy. As a result, it's not just loneliness or alienation that they will experience growing up-- but they may never feel safe again because their caretaker took that away.

    這會讓他們懼怕親密感因此,不僅僅是寂寞或疏離會伴隨他們長大-- 而是永遠無法在體會到安全感,因為已經被他們的照顧者剝奪了。

  • Five: Neglect.

    第五種:忽視。

  • Not providing a child with proper emotional or physical needs can lead to many problems down the road.

    沒有供應孩子適當的心理或生理需求會造成許多未來的問題。

  • The child may become emotionally, socially, or psychologically underdeveloped.

    孩子可能會在情感上、社交上、心理上發展不全。

  • But neglect of physical and security needs, such as food and proper shelter, can also cause damage to the child's physical health.

    但生理上或安全需求方面的忽視,例如食物與適當的庇護也會導致小孩身體健康的損害。

  • Depending on the severity, it can even result in immediate death.

    依據嚴重程度,這可能直接導致死亡。

  • Six: Physical abuse.

    第六種:身體虐待。

  • Physical abuse involves any harmful activity that causes a person to feel pain.

    身體虐待包含任何傷害性動作會讓一個人感到疼痛的。

  • Kicking, slapping, hitting, throwing, biting, and choking are only a few to name.

    踢、甩耳光、打、丟、咬,以及使其窒息只是其中的一些。

  • The child may develop cuts, scars, bruises, broken bones, or even death, depending on how badly they were beaten.

    孩子可能會有割傷、疤痕、瘀青、骨折,甚至死亡,取決於他們被打得多嚴重。

  • Never allow someone to hit you or excuse the action even if they apologize.

    永遠不要讓任何人毆打你或是為此行為辯解,即使他們道了歉。

  • Please call for help from the police before things get more out of hand.

    在事情失去掌控之前請通知警方尋求協助。

  • Which types of child abuse have you heard about?

    你曾聽過哪幾種兒童虐待呢?

  • Did you find this helpful?

    你覺得此影片是有幫助的嗎?

  • We know this isn't an easy topic to talk about, but hope that any brave discussions you share below could bring our community closer.

    我們理解這並不是一個容易去談論的話題,但仍希望你在下方的勇於討論能讓我們這個社群更加緊密 。

  • Also, don't forget to subscribe for more content from Psych2go and check out our Patreon.

    同時,別忘記按下訂閱以得到更多 Psych2go 的內容並請鎖定我們的 Patreon。

  • We started it because we wanted to grow into a bigger platform that reaches more people who are in need of help.

    我們開啟它是因為希望能成長成一個更大的平台以觸及更多需要幫助的人。

  • With your contribution, you can receive our psy pendant, t-shirt, issues of our magazine, and many more membership benefits.

    你的貢獻將可以獲得我們的 psy 墜飾、T恤、 我們發放的雜誌、 以及更多會員好康。

  • Your funding will help us produce quality scripting, voiceovers, and animation, that makes our content both entertaining, AND educational.

    你的捐款會幫助我們產出優質的腳本、配音以及動畫,讓我們的內容兼具娛樂性以及教育性。

  • We want to make sure our community members get the best and only the best.

    我們希望確保我們的社群成員得到最好的,而且只有最好的。

  • Thanks for watching!

    謝謝觀看!

  • Hey, everybody!

    嗨!各位!

  • I just want to give a personal thank-you video for you guys for always supporting Psych2go and making this all possible for us.

    我想親自以影片向你們道謝,為了各位一直以來對 psych2go 的支持,並讓這一切變得可能,

  • Our vision is to make psychology as accessible as possible so that it promotes self-awareness and helps you guys grow.

    我們的願景是讓心理學盡可能平易近人以促進自我覺察,並幫助你們成長。

  • However, we want to make more content for you guys, and would love your support in buying one of these bracelets from our partner, Introvert Palace.

    無論如何,我們希望為你們提供更多內容,歡迎你們支持並購買這些手鍊,來自我們的合夥者「Introvert Palace」。

  • Check out the bracelet; it's pretty cool, and it even includes Pluto!

    看看這個手鍊,真的很酷甚至有冥王星在裡面!

  • The link to purchase will be all in the description below, and I hope you guys have an amazing day.

    購買的連結會放在影片下方,我希望你們都有美好的一天。

  • Bye!

    掰!

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