Is it illegal for a parent to tell her 7-year-old son to beat your son up after your son pushed her son in an argument when her son took your son's ball and your son pushed him to get it back?
It is not illegal for the mother to tell her child to 'Beat Up' someone. It is considered child neglect and the Child Protective Services can intervene with the parents 'Parenting Skills'.
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Answer . I am in exactly the same position. My father's abusive, controlling, and aggressive behavior has alienated him from all family. He has no friends, and he never has… had any friends. He loves to push people into arguments. But that's not all he pushes. He is physically and verbally abusive. I've been the only one who has stuck with him through the years -- fifty to be exact. He's now 80 years old, and his behavior simply is worsening.. I will tell you what I've finally come to admit -- he's not going to change, remove him from your life, and begin living for yourself. I'm in that process now, and it is very hard. But don't spend as much time ruining your life as I have ... end it now and begin living for yourself, your wife, and your children.. I can honestly say that my abusive father ruined my childhood, and I have allowed him to ruin my adulthood as well. I just kept thinking that, as he aged, he would mellow out and become that good father to the good daughter that I have been. Unfortunately, I see that will never happen.. So, I'm ending my relationship with my father ... I am saying no to his hittiing, pushing, shoving, punching, name-calling, stomping, insults, sarcasm, and throwing things. It will be over soon, and I will be spending the rest of my life healing and wishing I had acted sooner.. Don't wait any longer ... take a stand now, get him out of your life, start healing, and begin your life with freedom.
This is what i think. Well hes a young boy,but he will learn. You could try telling him that you will get him anything that he wants if he pushes his poop out if that doesnt w…ork dont worry ill ask other people and post it on here he will learn he might just need some time.
You don't. It is unwise to deprive a growing child of their father or mother. Whether a person is really their biologicall father or mother doesn't really matter, because it's… the person who raises them that they identify as "mom" or "dad". After all, it takes a community to raise a child, and we are all humans aren't we?. Thinking otherwise comes from a sense of guilt, inferiority, or low self worth and these emotions aren't helpful for anyone . In fact it may be good for a person to never disclose that kind of information to their child unless someone else says it and can prove it - why fix something which isn't broken?
Yes I do. One of the two most wonderful things that happened in my life.
If you're a girl, have unprotected sex with a guy. If you're a guy, have unprotected sex with a girl. That should do the trick! Only catch is you gotta wait around 9 months to… get your son, and as luck might or might not have it, your "son" could turn out to be a daughter. That's genetics for ya!
No, Zeus threw him off a cliff, in which he landed on the island of Lemnos.
First cousin once removed
Your first cousin's son is your son's second cousin. Your second cousin's son is your son's third cousin. and so on.
Your first cousin's child is your "first cousin once removed", not, as many believe, your "second cousin". Second cousins are the children of first cousins, third cousins are …the grandchildren of first cousins, and so on. Therefore, your cousin's son's son is your "first cousin twice removed". It's a generational thing, you see? First cousins are of the same generation. Second cousins are of the same generation...third cousins are of the same generation, and so on. "Once removed" refers to a cousin who is one generation down from yourself.
Your son's son is your grandson.
The grandson of your first cousin is your first cousin, twice removed. The grandson of your second cousin is your second cousin, twice removed. If you are talking about the g…randson of a cousin who is once, twice, or more times removed, the possible relationships become more complicated to describe.
I'm a 16 year old boy with a one year old son and the mother of my child recently found out that I smoke pot and won't let me see my child any more. I love him more than any t…hing. What should I do?
sons', otherwise it would be 'son is' without the apostrophe
Yes, by going to Ireland.
Second cousins once removed.
Yes this is an alright grade but your son should soon start working towards a Level 6B-6A in future exams.
it depends on how you use it in a sentence.