No! And don't tell them if they are young. They do not need to know at this age. You should never talk bad about their mother even if it is true. They need to know one thing at this age, that both of their parents love them. Appropriate age would be 14+ if they ask.
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All you need to tell very young children is that you and mommy won't be living together anymore, but that you both still love them very much. Then as they get older, they will naturally have questions. When that time comes, and it may be before they are teens, it is ok for you to tell them that you and their mother didn't agree on the same lifestyle. It won't be a lie, yet it won't be telling them things they may not be able to handle just yet.
In the meantime, if your ex has visitation with the kids, they may ask her why you and she divorced. So you need to decide what you think is the best answer for her to give them, and then talk to her about it. Let her know the only thing that matters in all of this is what is best for the kids. Assure her you have no intention of telling the kids all of the sordid details of what she did, but that you expect her to tell them an age appropriate truth if and when they do ask her. Even something like "I made some mistakes and I've paid dearly for them by not getting to be with you" should be enough to satisfy a young child's question about it.
But when they are old enough for the truth, they have a right to know why their mom is not the mom to them they deserve. It's hard for kids to grow up without a mother, and even harder when they don't understand why. So they do need to be told something, but worded in a way that won't tarnish their love for their mother, or make them doubt her love for them.
It's completely understandable if you feel a lot of anger and resentment towards your ex for her illegal activities, but don't let the kids know how you feel right now. As they get older, they will possibly have anger and restentment towards her, too. But it will help them the most if you can just be there for them then, and help them to understand everyone makes mistakes. And if she has changed for the better, you can even help them to have a relationship with her, for their sakes. But if she has not changed, and is still involved in that type of activity, then the kids need to be protected from her lifestyle and the influence it can have on them.
I think when the time comes, you will know what to tell them, and hopefully, she will too. But while they are still really young all they need to know is that both of their parents love them very much.
Juvenile delinquency are criminal activities exhibited by children. Most of the these negative behaviors are influence from school. When children mix up with the wrong gangs, they tend to copy their behavior.
The purpose of criminal is to let people know what behavior is acceptable in society. Criminal law codifies the behaviors that will land you in jail.
Parolee Probationer "practicer" of criminal activities?
make sex with two womans
Antisocial - criminal activity Prosocial - helping people
The plural of activity is activities.Two example sentences are:There are plenty of activities to do at the club.The police are looking into the activities of the criminal gang.
Criminal activities can be committed by individuals against a business as well as by businesses through the actions of their employees against consumers, the general public, and/or stockholders.
Business-related individual criminal activities are normally broken down into two categories: internal and external.
the criminal law, the law of criminal procedure, and the array of procedures and activities having to do with the enforcement of this body of law.
No, they are not. They can be used in criminal activities.
Biocriminology is the subdiscipline of criminology that investigates biological and genetic factors and their relation to criminal behaviors.
Because the mind/attitude of the criminal begins to rub off on the officer. but you have to give them a little slack, they do work a lot harder than the average person.
The word criminal is both an adjective and a noun. Examples: Adjective: His criminal activities finally landed him in prison. Noun: The criminal was sentenced to twenty years in prison.
to prevent criminal activities
Offenses - Crimes - Misdemeanors - Felonies.
False, substantive law does.
The mind is used as a weapon as it is the thing that makes us this way. Criminals have such different minds too. They can be psychopathic, sociopathic, narcissitic minds and can be even sometimes delusional.
The criminal behavior pattern that poses the greatest risk to the public is violence. These types of behaviors cause injury or death to the public.
to avoid more criminal activities
some youths do crime due to peer presure, or just wanting to fit in with other people.
A criminal psychologist has a very stressful job, usually dealing with law enforcement. They are constantly focusing on the negative side of people and their thoughts and behaviors which can also be stressful.
There are several reasons, but the main one is credit reports are of a civil nature and have no connection with criminal activities.