A school guidance counselor, minister or social worker will not only answer that question, they can give you the support you need to do what's best for you. Good luck. I myself am 17 and wish to leave an emotionally abusive household. I live in PA and have asked the local judge about emancipation; they said and I quote "There is no such thing in Pennsylvania". So, I highly suggest seeing a student counselor, or calling a local child help service. No one should put up with any kind of abuse, physical verbal, or otherwise. but do not run away or the department will put you in a house hold that you might not agree to. just seek someone that has connections to a child help service.
Yes. You have to have parental consent to be legally emancipated, unless you are being mentally/emotionally abused, physically abused, or their living arrangements are unstable.
* If you are a minor no. If you are a minor and feel you are abused then report it to Child Aid or to a relative; minister; priest or counselor at school. If you aren't a minor then yes, you can leave your abusive situation.
sexually physically mentally emotionally
yes. you may. i did.
The same way a girl can be abused by her boyfriend: Physically; Mentally; Emotionally.
If you are feeling bad about the way you are treated or spoken to - and your pleas to stop this kind of behavior went unheeded - then you are being emotionally (verbally, psychologically) abused.
Nicki Minaj was abused by her father. Physically and emotionally, not sexually (as many rumor to be).
Go to the police.
they can help by geting them help
it depends how they are abused. if they were emotionally abused they would probably be mentally unstable. where sexually abused people may be sexual predators them selves. and physically abused might be very unsocial or even violent themselves.
Not unless they have a court order. If they are being abused, they should contact their local social services. A teacher at your school can help. They will get you to a safe place.
there's actually rules to being emancipated first you have to have a means of support and parental concent and you have to be 16 so if the 15 year old is getting abused he should contact the authorities
Yes, But emotionally and ocassionally physically when she was young
. You couldn't (improve on last answer, or have a relationship with a Narcissist without feeling abused).You cannot have a relationship with an abuser without feeling abused.
You can begin talking, generally, about the effects children experience with being verbally and emotionally abused, including in the context of peer-to-peer bullying. Your child may never open up to you directly, but you can convey your feelings about knowing children are abused verbally and emotionally.
Get help immediately, because no one should go through all that.
Children are physically and emotionally abused for a variety of reasons. They can be abused by parents or guardians. They can be abused by children at school, they can even be abused by the teacher. All of the following reasons come down to someone not being able to control their anger in a productive manner.
That would mean you're being abused.
Talk to Family Services or Social Services, whichever it is called in your state. They can determine your situation. Unless you reach the age of majority, you would not be emancipated, but come under the supervision of Family Services, likely in a foster home. To be totally emancipated, you would need to prove to a judge with evidence that you have been abused, and that you are mature enough to live on your own. Emancipation is highly unlikely - but being removed from your parents by the courts is possible. I feel sad about your situation and I am praying for you.
they think that no ones going to love them and will be alone.
whenever you are ready.
If your mum abused you emotionally, I think the proper thing to do is to talk to her. Let her know how hurtful her action is.
If you think you are abused you can contact the CPS and if itś serious they will help you with a foster home. If this is something that goes on but you have never talked to them about it or they have ignored it it can be good with family counseling. Talk to a adult you trust. You are way too young to move out or to get emancipated.
Leave and let him find another victim.