I can confidently say Nigeria is filled with 90% of Damaged adults – Victoria Inyama
Actress Victoria Inyama has shared a post on social media which speaks on how Nigeria is home to lots of damaged adults.
The actress came about the statistics due to comments from social media users who didn’t see anything wrong with a video showing a kid getting beaten by his guardian.
Victoria Inyama wrote:
“Based on comments from social media posts, I can now confirm that 90% of comments came from people that were abused in childhood & are now Damaged adults with majority stating that they were severely flogged by their parents….. So they don’t see anything wrong with another child being beaten or flogged….
Beating with a weapon, flogging with a belt or stick/cain or any form of Violence to a child is Psychological maltreatment which then causes a child to have maladaptive attachment behaviours.. Iwaniec (2006) in his argument on causes of psychological behaviours in a child whereby d carer/ parent is hostile to the child in some ways as discipline by beating/ violent correction which in turn damages d child’s self esteem, Degrades a sense of achievement, Diminishes a sense of belonging, Prevents healthy development & takes away a child’s sense of worth/well-being.
Nigerian i can sadly but confidently say is a country filled with 90% of Damaged adults who are currently also violently damaging their wards/wives/husbands & I hear some are now using their parents for money rituals due to d anger they still bear not adding Greed…….
I weep for that Nation & the 10% of actualised people living amongst them . Violence both as discipline or for corrections only damages a person more. That’s why A lot of people are mentally/psychologically suffering . Abuse is a Norm”my father beats me so husband/wife can beat too’ ……. D Government is Not d problem…. D People are …… You need Education/Awareness/change mindset/beliefs…..
Try have a good day ……. if you can………#living#lovin #learning #laughing
I am so Grateful to God for having Dual Nationalities , How would I have coped“, Victoria Inyama concluded.