There is no need to have a record of violent behavior or any behavior for that matter. If there is no rental or lease agreement or the person is not on the title of the home, they have to leave at the owner's request. If the adult will not leave voluntarily, the local authorities will assist the involved parties in having the person removed. The person must be allowed to retrieve any personal items they own, or make arrangements to do so on a specified date following the eviction. If there are continuing problems after the eviction the homeowners have several legal options that can be used to resolve the issue.
Yes, he can, particularly if he is being violent towards his wife and children.
They simply don't cause violent behavior. No evidence proves a link between violent video games and violent behavior. Video games are mainly used for stress release and entertainment, so if anything, they prevent violent behavior.
ignorance. some parents were raised by violent adults and will be violent parents if they had no other examples or information on how to parent. mental illness or substance use might also cause abusive behavior where there was none before.
Rarely, but yes.
yes they do
Not in my opinion. I have 2 grown sons that played those types of games when they were younger, and still play. Parents need to BE PARENTS. Limit the games to the weekends, and maybe an hour or so during that time. Other then that, tell them to get outside and play!!
It depends on the person. Violent behavior is not necessarily a factor in every case of NPD. Some have anger management problems that could result in violent behavior.
Quiet, but when bothered,they become violent.
group behavior may be violent mass action or of a peaceful dialogue.
Sometimes if teens because if they do not listen to their parents they will become violent themselves.