Talk to your husband, tell him the problem. He should do whatever necessary to protect you. If he doesn't move out to somewhere safe. You may need to do that to get his attention. I can almost feel the fact that your husband is either non-confrontational, or he too is a threatening source to you (the apple doesn't fall far from the tree) meaning "like father like son." There is no possible way he can't see or hear what is going on. Take the advice of the above poster, but be sure you plan it out well by packing your things a little at a time and hiding it, finding a good place to live (you can also go to any Abused Women's Center ... call Mental Health for more information) and then make your move. Once you leave, keep going! Good luck!
What teenage girls think of them.
theyre afraid of rejection.
He is your step son.
Well, it depends how close you are to your husbands family. If you really want to know they are cousins-in-law.
Your cousin in law
Because they are afraid of them. Especially teenage boys.
your second nephew
Gaia had one husband which was her son named Uranus.
They're afraid of what they're husbands/boyfriends will do to them or their friends/family if they leave.
The best approach to teaching your teenage son about the effects of alcohol is definitely about the consequences. Drunk driving, impaired memory, these are all side-effects of drinking and your son should be well aware of these before reaching for a drink.
If you want to be certain that a teenage son hears you, hug him and look into his eyes as you are speaking to him.
They reacted weridly and shocked and they clinged on to there husbands more then ever .. they dearly loved them xo
Is it a 24/7 diapering or just bedwetting?
They sell adult diapers at Wal-Mart.
Respect is earned, not enforced. Maybe you should ask yourself, "What must I do to "earn" the respect of my son?"
You talk to them about it and try to talk him into doing something fun to get his son off his mind.
No she will have to take your permission first.
Not Afraid, Dynomite, Teenage dream, and Mine. This is in 2010 september-november. (Two months.)
Brothers are built like that, I'm afraid especially in teenage years.
He's afraid to commit. He doesnt want to meet your son because this will mean something.
birth father should be charged with abuse.