If verbal abuse is getting worse since the third marriage can a family member step in without social services getting involved or would it be better to start taking foster parent training?
It is always admirable for any person who believes a child is being abused to take steps to correct the situation. However, 'stepping in' to such a stituation is most definitely not advisable as such actions regardless of how well meaning sometimes create a more hostile environment for all the parties involved. Foster parent classes are an option, but no guarantee that the concerned individual will be placed in that position if the circumstances arise. One suggestion would be for the concerned individual to discuss the specifics of the situation with a social worker, clergy member, counselor, etc. who is qualified and experienced in domestic/child abuse matters before taking any other action.
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What steps can you take to make sure a verbally emotional abuser who refuses to leave gets help no matter what his reaction may be when you confront him?
My ex husband refused to leave all the time. Then one day I looked at him and said get out and that was that. Call the Police ahead of time, even if he has never gotten physic…ally violent. Better to have the Police show up to nothing than put yourself at risk. Once you know the Police are on there way, tell him to get out. Stand in the yard and tell him this. I told mine out in our front yard so he couldn't corner me. Then once hes gone, change your locks, the same day. Then change your phone number. Protect yourself. Good luck.
What steps can you take to protect yourself against a verbally abusive parent since there are currently no laws regarding verbal abuse and you know that just leaving won't solve the problem?
Answer . If you are a minor, you can privately go to a lawyer and discuss your situation and what options you may have. \n. \nIf you feel you cannot take legal steps, the …best thing to do is to start preparing for the future you can make. Get as good of grades in school as possible, take both the SAT and ACT. Ask a guidance counselor at school to assist you with applying for grants and scholarships for college. If possible, get a part time job and save as much of the money as possible. Start being realistic about plans after high school, either getting a full time job after graduating and moving out, or getting into a college. When you move out of your family's home, you will feel a lot less stress if you basically limit your contact with this parent, even to the point of not visiting them.\n. \nDon't turn to drugs. Confide in a friend or an outside adult about what is occuring. Attempt to avoid arguing with your parent as much as you can, even to the point of not being in the same room with them for long periods of time. Don't yell back, just walk out of the room--the emotional abuser needs an audience and often feeds off of your reaction. Take care of yourself.
If a family member ruined your credit by receiving utilities can you prove that you were under age without law enforcements getting involved?
Answer . You're not exaclty clear in your question, but if you're implying that a family member used your personal information to obtain utilities in your name, then you'r…e talking about identity theft. \n. \nIf that's the case, you should fill out an identity theft affidavit, available from the Federal Trade Commisssion and other fraud websites. However, as part of the affidavit, you need to supply a police report number, so that would mean the involvement of law enforcement.\n. \nThe bottom line is you have to protect your credit and your future. Credit bureaus want to know you take the situation seriously and are being truthful, so they require a police report. What you can do is file the report with your local agency and then drop the charges after you get the report number. Or you may find they're willing to file a report even though you don't want to prosecute.
If protective services takes a 16-year-old girl from an abusive home can she move in with her boyfriend's parents instead of a family member or a foster house in the state of Michigan?
What should you do when you have been with a guy for a year now and the verbal abuse is getting worse and he says it is just fun but it is at your expense?
Where Verbal Abuse Leads . I think the key words here are "getting worse," "fun," and "my expense." First of all, since when is it ever fun to abuse someone verbally? Beli…eve me, that is a problem caused by the way he views himself, some inner conflict, or other problem that HE HAS. I doubt that it is going to do anything but get worse.\n. \nAt your expense? Let me ask you how his verbal abuse makes you feel? On the other hand, let me guess, and I'll bet if I'm not right on I'm extremely close. You've only been together for a year, so you are probably still in the phase of being extremely hurt and you probably cry a lot. You are confused as to how this guy can talk to you like he does. You long for him to stop and talk to you with respect. His verbal abuse tears you down deep inside and makes you feel horrible about your situation and yourself.\n. \nThe fact that he thinks "it's just fun" tells me that he is not going to stop, so here is where it can lead: You will become resentful and bitter. While you may love the guy now, the love will be replaced with an acceptance that this is just the way the guy is and it'll make you angry. At the greatest extreme, you will end up not caring about the guy at all.\n. \nMy advice? Leave the guy - NOW! ~Deb
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You have been married for over three years you feel like your marriage is not getting any better your husband is verbally abusive you are tired and dont know what to do?
see a lawyer. ASAP.
yes, in fact that is almost always the case. The state or in your case social services, can do whatever they see fit and healthy for the children no matter the parents say. Th…eir primary goal is the safety of the children.
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Call Childline or the NSPCC. The Childline number is 0800 1111 and the NSPCC is 0808 800 5000. Hope I helped you!
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Move away, inform the police.