You should go talk to your school counselor and see if she knows someone but talk to her in confidence and ask her for somewhere you can go to get help and maybe she can help you The above is a good source, but you can also go to Mental Health for help. I had an anger problem in my teens (fought like a boy) and like you realized it was my problem and needed to be fixed, so I went to Mental Health and got some great help from a wonderful counselor. It was well worth it and now it takes a lot to get me mad. You should be proud of yourself for admitting you have anger issues and that's one big step to full recovery! Proud of you!
If you have to ask... Then you are probably being abused verbally.
Rules for emancipation vary from state to state or even county to county. Review the laws of your state.
Your local Domestic Violence Crisis Center.
you have to move with a adult
Tell the court about it.
who would Of course they don't. Anyone that likes being abused, mentally or otherwise, would be considered somewhat abnormal.
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.
Some do, some don't. The smart ones hopefully walk away from the relationship when they recognize they are being abused and that they don't deserve it.
If you are being sworn at, called names and things you aren't comfortable than that is verbal abuse.
Over 77% of students are bullied physically, mentally, and verbally.
Leave and let him find another victim.
Mistreatment is when your treated wrongly. Being physically or mentally abused, being starved, or even being bullied are forms of mistreatment.
abused mentally can leads to many problems but the most important problem is. A person starts to get depressed and writing ur thoughts on paper can be a very good remady for depression.
a family member tells you there is something wrong with you and you aren't good enough
If your a kid you should tell a concelear at school .
In the United Stated Child Aid should be contacted. In Canada it is Child Welfare.
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.
Tell another responsible adult, such as a neighbor or something.
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.
Yes, For men it's mostly sex. For women it's mostly being unfulfilled emotionally , or being verbally or physically abused.
She can apply at the local courthouse and see what happens. It is up to the judge.
According to some claims, thirty-nine percent of the victims of physical domestic violence are men.
There are a lot laws protecting your rights as a victim of abuse. The first thing to do is go to a Women's Abuse Centre and then they will put you onto a Transition House so you can get counseling and a good start in life on your own. They will also help you with legal counsel. Go on: www.google.com ASK: WHAT ARE ARE THE LAWS FOR ABUSED WOMEN IN CANADA? You will get much help from these websites. Good luck Marcy
Yes. Even the meekest person can come to a point where they've been backed into a corner one time too many and come out fighting. When someone mentally abuses you, they are scarring your mind and soul. If you don't get out from under the control of these types of people they will rob you of feelings, confuse you as to who you are and what you are capable of. Tell this person to take a hike! Good luck Marcy