I am not sure what this is all about and what your age is. If you are young and your father was abusive and suddenly dumped you then he has simply grown tired of you and is looking for another victim. When people are abusive they don't have the slightest idea what a normal relationship is so his abusive manner will just keep going on and on. Be glad that he is out of your life. If you were a caregiver to your elderly father and waited on him hand and foot and he has found some independence that's a "yippee" for you and enjoy your new found freedom. Abusers don't care about their victim. They want to control them to suit their own enviornment, but the very control they ask of the victim, they detest and prefer someone to stand up to them, believe it or not. The game becomes boring for them. You have a chance to get to know who you are and know the strengths that lay deep within you (and they do) you've just never had a chance to find them. There is so much of your life to live, people to meet and yes, someone to love. You deserve to be treated like a human being and to be loved. You'll find that when you gain your strength. Good luck God Bless Marcy
It could be only the mother, it could be the mother and the father or other relative, it could be criminals who assault the mother.
You will need a lawyer to try and get you full custody of your children and your lawyer will have to prove your husband is abusive to his children. If you presently have duel custody of your children and you take the children to the UK you could be charged with kidnapping.
It could. But not every Bipolar person is abusive. It should however, never be an excuse for abuse. A person who is abusive Bipolar or not, is wrong in what they are doing. Seek help if you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship/situation.
The metaphor is the waltzing. The father waltzing with the boy is a metaphor for one of at least two things, depending on how you interpret the poem. Waltzing could be a metaphor for playful roughhousing. Or, it could be a metaphor for an abusive beating.
No, but you can give your opinion. Do you have a father who can file for custody?
* Unfortunately, when young men become teens they begin to experience trying their wings to become more independent in the future and it is not uncommon for a father and son to come to blows. If your father is always physically abusive to you then you could try living with grandparents or another relative and if you are a minor you can call Child Aid who could place you with a relative or in Foster Care until you reach legal age. Be very careful and think about why you and your father got into this physical fight and if your father is generally not this type of man then perhaps you could sit down with him, man to man and communicate your feelings, but be sure you listen to how he feels and try to come to some amicable agreement. The more maturity you show (and if your father isn't the abusive type of father) the more he will trust you in your decisions.
Well, this is a very personal question, and really only Michael could answer it, but I know of one person he said he wwas afraid of. His father. His father was very abusive and Michael said whenever he is near his father he gets so scared and nervous that he wants to regurgitate. And in some cases he has.
Codependency could be considered addiction to another person. In severe cases, it seems that the Codependant becomes obsessed with checking up on the other persons behavior and attempting to control it. Codependants can lose their sense of self with the attention focused elsewhere and feel like a failure because the attempts to control rarely succeed.
His parents could be like any other person's parents. His parents could be very sweet or they could be abusive.
it could survive overnight , but not for longer .they need water for survival its their habitat
If your parent is mentally abusive and you are 17 could you legally move into your boyfriend's house without your parent having a say?
No, you shouldn't eat chicken that was unrefrigerated overnight. It has had time for bacteria to grow and could make you very sick.
Yes. It could be quite dangerous to eat cooked shrimp that was not refrigerated overnight.
Make sure that you know for sure that he is. If so, tell another adult that you trust. They could be a teacher, family member or anyone you can trust.
Could be lyme disease. See a doctor.
No. It could have grown pathogens in it that could make you ill.
i know from past relationship that having an abusive relationship is not easy but there are no signs you can look out for or things you could do, if the person loves there partner you carnt do nothing i was in a abusive relationship and kind of still am but that's tough love for you xxx
The word could be invective, cursing, or epithets.
definitely not you could get extremely sick.
If the cooked stuffed peppers have been left out at room temperature overnight, do not risk eating them. They could have been growing bacteria and toxins and could make you quite ill.
Yes could do, but so could someone that was perfectly sane.
Men, because they are stronger than a women when they are a adult. It would depend on what you mean by abusive, as women can be more abusive verbally, which could result in a man getting physical. Cases where women are physically abusive, don't tend to be reported, as it is embarrassing for a man, also many believe they wouldn't be taken seriously.
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Escape. You could try therapy, it can work, but it didnt for me. Im escaping.
If you leave stew out overnight, bacteria can start growing in it. Depending upon the type of bacteria, certain toxins could also be formed which could make you ill - and in less time than overnight. Illness is not guaranteed, but since you don't know whether pathogenic organisms or toxins are there - it just isn't worth the risk.