Abusers intimidating animals
Most runaways, adolescent prostitutes and teenage delinquents report having been victims of some form of child abuse, and it is reported that a majority of violent criminals suffered abuse, either physical and/or sexual as children.
Abuse robs children of the opportunity to develop healthy, trusting relationships with adults, contributes to low self-esteem, and impairs healthy psycho-social development.
In response, Flower tells the others that he told them turtles were scary.
Two scenes in this film resemble incidents that happened in the first film: Ronno tries to get Faline to leave with him by force when she wants to stay with Bambi and the second incident was he and Bambi fight similar to how they would years later as young adults.
Ronno is not seen again after this, leaving it unknown if he survived the wild fire along with some of the other forest animals.
Ronno appears in Bambi II, revealing that Bambi and Faline have actually known him since they were fawns.
But Ronno slips and gets bitten on the nose by a turtle and runs away in fear, crying for his mother. They both had opportunities to escape, to find someone to tell their plight to and yet they didn’t even try to get away after the initial period of time. Elizabeth Smart and Jaycee Dugard both stayed with their abusers without being tied or confined.A corporation has a problem and they need Dr John Clarke's help. Dr John Clarke: The common misconception with psychopaths is that they're all violent extreme kind of criminals.The majority of them are living and working around us in jobs psychologically destroying the people that they work with.