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Does allowing one's child to become obese constitute child abuse? Response from: Allen Stairs Phrases like "child abuse" are most useful if they pack some punch. When we think of child abuse,
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Does allowing one's child to become obese constitute child abuse? Response from: Allen Stairs Phrases like "child abuse" are most useful if they pack some punch. When we think of child abuse, what comes to mind are such things as deliberate acts of cruelty, gross neglect, causing serious bodily harm, sexual molestation. All of those are clearDoes allowing one's child to become obese constitute child abuse? Response from: Allen Stairs Phrases like "child abuse" are most useful if they pack some punch. When we think of child abuse, what comes to mind are such things as deliberate acts of cruelty, gross neglect, causing serious bodily harm, sexual molestation. All of those are clear. . .

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