Usually talking to a school counselor or psychologist or someone who doesn't know the mother would seem like the best route. These people should be more objective and able to make a better assesment of what's actually going on. Always remember not to take it personally! Even though it hurts that your mom denied abusing you it was probably just a way to protect herself from the shame of everyone knowing that she abused you.Try talking to people that dont know of this incident like a friend that lives far away or a distant family member that has experienced abuse too.This people would most likely believe you and know that you would never makeup or lie about this.Their words of wisedom would propably be most accurate and you will be glad of their support.
me the mother most of all, but i feel like my son is being mentally persuaded also
Although it's mentally unhealthy for everyone involved, the answer is yes. If the son and father share a mutual disgust for the mother they can bond in this fashion.
No. A mother cannot abandon her child without facing penalties if the abandonment is reported to the authorities.No. A mother cannot abandon her child without facing penalties if the abandonment is reported to the authorities.No. A mother cannot abandon her child without facing penalties if the abandonment is reported to the authorities.No. A mother cannot abandon her child without facing penalties if the abandonment is reported to the authorities.
The mother goes to jail for abusing David.
teach him a lesson
This relative would have to petition the court for custody/guardianship. Of course, they would have to prove to the court that the mother is mentally unstable/unfit. And, even if that is proven, it's not an automatic guarantee that the court would award custody/guardianship to the relative. The court does have the option of placing the minor under state care. If you are in an unsafe environment, then call the authorities!
the mother abusing David and taking control of everything at home
Maybe, see links below.
You don't need to know. You just have to love her.
Report it to the authorities.
David Pelzer, author of â??A Child Called Itâ?? was victimized by a sadistic and mentally ill mother. She treated the dehumanization and abuse of this little boy as a game. Fortunately, authorities stepped in and the child was removed from the home before the abuse escalated into murder. He went on to write several books about the abuse and his journey of healing after his ordeal.
The only way to prove to others that anyone is mentally ill is to have that person examined by qualified medical people. Sometimes they will confirm your belief that the person is mentally ill, but sometimes they will tell you that you are wrong.
some cwazy kids
If you bring it to the authorities, yes.
Call the police. Get a restraining order. THAT SHOULD NOT be tolerated. It could lead to something worse.
Dave Pelzer was 5-6 years old when his mother started abusing him.
Call the police as soon as posible/ asap
Inform authorities and remove the child from her care.
If you seriously think that someone is abusing their kids, report it. But before you do, remember this is a pretty serious offense to accuse someone of. You can report this without giving your name, that would probably be the best way to go. Or at least not having your name released to anyone, but authorities. Victims of abuse - children and adult alike - develop a set of reactions, collectively known as "trauma". These reactions are described here: http://www.narcissistic-abuse.com/trauma.html http://www.narcissistic-abuse.com/torturepsychology.html
Yes, this is only if you're not abusing your child daily.
Yes, tell a trusted adult. A teacher or counselor are good people to tell. By law they have to report it. Get help.
I don't believe that the name of Hypatia's mother is known.