If a judge remanded the minor to the parental home there would have needed to be an investigation by state CPS or DFS. Therefore it is difficult to comprehend why a judge would allow a minor to remain in an abusive environment. Several states have emancipation status in which a minor who is at least sixteen can petition the court for emancipation rights. Even those states that do not have established grounds and procedures for the act, must allow the minor to file such a petition as is his/her constitutional right. If the situation is indeed as described the individual shoul contact the local police or if in imminent danger, 911 for immediate assistance. Be advised if a court order is in place and responding officers do not perceive any endangerment to minor's well-being, they WILL NOT be able to take any action. You can also contact any of the following toll free numbers for assistance, National Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-392-3738, Youth Crisis Hotline 1-800-448-4463, Youth Emergency Services Hotline 1-800-899-5437. You might also wish to vist the website Teenline Online, a organization staffed by teens to assist other teens, http://www.teenlineonline.org
No, he was physically abusive not sexually abusive.
It means to free. Here are some sentences.Lincoln decided to emancipate the slaves.The judge agreed to emancipate the boy from his abusive parents.The hero helped to emancipate the prisoners.
becaue they themselves usually had an abusive childhood and are taking it out on the person they are around the most
Yes, it is. If someone is abused or sees/hears a lot of abuse when they are younger chances are they are going to be abusive themselves.
Call the police or call a hotline, There are people in this world who are here to help.
Because they want your pity. This is suppose to make you feel guilty and stay with him.
The good reasons are if they are taking drugs, alcohol or are sexually abusive to the children.
This is a generalisation, and a highly incorrect one at that. Women can be, are just as abusive and insecure as men. Many men are not abusive and are quite secure with themselves - the opposite is in fact a minority.
No. You must be at least 16 to get emancipated. In this situation you should find help through social services so that they can keep you safe.
Abusive women generally follow the same patterns as abusive men, with some small differences. They may call you abusive, and attack you because of your sex. This is especially the case with feminists, and women who refer to themselves as 'empowered'. After they have suffered from abuse these women turned into abusers themselves in an attempt to prove that their previous abuser has no control over them. Of course, this only proves that their abuser still has control over them.
Emancipation is at the discretion of court. The younger you are the less likely the judge will grant an emancipation order. If the child lives in an abusive situation he may be removed from the home and placed in foster care.
Males abuse or sexually abuse their children more than women, but there are a few cases where women sexually abuse their sons, but can be verbally or physically abusive by slapping, shoving towards their children.
calling names such as fat, lazy, making someone feel bad for themselves..never stay in a emoctional abusive relationship..they can cause MAJOR depression problems
About 10%, or perhaps as many as 40%, of abusive parents were themselves physically abused as children, but most abused children do not grow up to be abusive parents.
anyone can become abusive by being abused themselves or being stressed out really bad. they can have problems that eats them up inside and without warning are ready to take it out on anyone who comes at them wrong.
They know where your insecurities are because THEY THEMSELVES are overflowing with them. Inevitably they're going to become familiar with them and become naturals at using them..because they are jerks, abusive men are insecure..you need to run
You show her how much you care and willing to show her that she is with you now. You also tell her that shes With you and you would never in your life hit her, or sexually do something without her wanting too.
The latest studies estimate about one in every 200 teens harm themselves by cutting. This is a serious problem, and indicates some deep emotional trouble with the teen. You need to seek professional help for a teen at once if they are cutting themselves. Most teens who do this come from an abusive background, often with alcoholism in the picture somewhere.This is not something that they will "grow out of" - people continue to injure themselves even after they get out of the abusive situation and move out on their own!
no not usually but if they have been abused themselves they can grow up to think that it is right because it happened to them and therefore they abuse others.
It is important to exit an abusive relationship carefully. Slavery is abusive.
No, it's just gross.----It isn't unless you combine it with other physically, emotionally, verbally, or sexually abusive behavior.YES it is Domestic Violence
Pedophiles are people with a sexual attraction to young children, where a rapist has raped someone regardless of their age. In general, a rapist is someone who has made a choice and did something sexually abusive to someone, where a pedophilic individual is someone who is sexually attracted to children through no fault of their own.
The abused has allowed themselves to believe that they are the cause of the abuse are not worthy of any better treatment.