A 13-year-old should have the intelligence to decide as to whether they are being abused or not. As to whether they take someoneone into their confidence is something else entirely. In cases such as these, it is usually best for the boy to talk to a close friend, possibly someone older who has the power to decide and do something about it. If it feels like abuse, there is a problem. Is this person being yelled at, told they are not good enough or never will be etc? Do they feel depressed or angry a lot of the time? Are conflicts resolved with all parties feeling as though they have been listened to and an agreeable solution made, or are the same issues constantly being brought up again and again? Is this person being treated as an individual with individual and valuable strengths??? The list goes on and on. A good book to read would be by Patricia Evans called Teen Torment. Chekc it out.
It depends on the state and the situation. If you are being abused, they will probably place you in foster care to keep you safe and properly taken care of.
actually it doesn't matter i would just choos a place that has food water and shelter insted of being greety
LET HER MOVE IN!!!! If a child or teen is verbally or physically abused, and they are 12 and over, they are allowed to choose whom they would want to live with.
I would let someone know that you are being abused when you visit your father. Perhaps his visitation with you can be supervised so you will not be hurt from him. Let your mother know this is occurring and she can have it supervised.
Tell the court about it.
Well i cant see them being too happy about being starved, beaten and abused. Would you??
No, it is not illegal to verbally abuse a man, but if the man was smart he would leave. Verbal abuse can leave just as many scars for a victim as physical abuse. There are programs for abused men that they should attend and learn tools in order to get out of the verbally abusive situation. Example: If a wife is verbally abusing her husband and he decides to divorce her and he can prove she is verbally abusing him then the court could press charges against her (highly unlikely) but you would be granted a divorce.
To describe someone or a behavior that abuses someone/something, you would say abusive. Example: He was verbally abusivetowards the hair stylist.You can also refer to a victim of abuse as "abused."Example: The abused victim went to court.
I think it's reprehensible that someone would try to make me do his homework. Our boss verbally abused one of the staff, that kind of behaviour is reprehensible.
Are you kidding me right now? The whole story is about how this poor boy is abused by his psychopath mother for years. She does the most terrible things to him which I think would relate to being abused.
Because every human being regardless of their sex has the right to not be abused. I wonder why you would you ask that question.
Yes and I would also call an abuse hotline
who would Of course they don't. Anyone that likes being abused, mentally or otherwise, would be considered somewhat abnormal.
Being licensed (in most US jurisdictions) they would be required to report such suspected abuse to the authorities - especially if the person being abused was a minor.
Well it depends who you are and how you are abused. I supposed most-noone would like it to be abused because it is not a happy thing. So no being abused i would say 99% of people would not like... have an unhappy childhood, and probably make some bad mistakes in the future. OMG i did not see "sexualy abused" if i were to be sexualy abused i would call the police A>S>A>P sexual abuse is so wrong and it is considered a crime of course so i would hit the person as hard as i could
Is the individual being abused a child, incompetent or elderly? Yes, It is a crime Is the individual being abused a competent adult? No abuse (thou I would recommend a mental evaluation if such abuse is being allowed)
I would report it to local authorities or their boss
yes everyone has rights if possible I would see a child abuse Lawyer asap if this is the case!
It does often happen that people will learn how to get their way through verbal aggression, from their own experiences of being verbally abused. Life is an endless learning experience, but sometimes people learn the wrong things. Answer I think it COULD happen but I think it would be the exception and not the rule. Victims in these kinds of situations are usually not abusive types of people - that's why they are victims. If it is an adult who grew up in a verbally abusive environment they may be the victim for a while and then finally snap and turn the tables and become the abuser but I think in most circumstances the victim would not become the abuser in the next relationship.
That would mean you're being abused.
call the police
An abused person can identify with their abuser. The abuse itself would not be called Stockholm Syndrome. How the abused feels about the abuser would be Stockholm Syndrome.
you can beat being abused by telling someone who really cares about you and would like to see you happy. You can either fight back or call a protective agency to help you. You can also ru away to a relatives.
It depends if the child itself was or is being abused, they will either forget it or remember it. 80% of children who were abused, still remember being abused. Physical abuse effects children by making them feel slightly depressed, or feel like they have to pretend to be normal. The 80% of children who recall being abused say they never talk about their feelings of their abuse or sadness, and say that they became so depressed, they began to have suicidal thoughts. Physical abuse can effect the child in a different way if its one of the parents being abused. For example, if the mother was being abused, the child would feel as if their mother were weak, or be afraid to talk with the mother. If the father were abusing the mother, the child would be afraid to have any contact with the father.
You would suffer horribly and wish for someone to take you away from the pain and fear.