I'm a surviver of sexual abuse and physical abuse. begining at age 4 or 5. by the time i was in my early teens i knew something was wrong with this picture n realized that what he was doing to me was outragious. i hated my father most of my life until he lay in the hospital dying. then i began to release all that pent up anger n hate n realized i really did love him n from that time on the healing processing began n i learned to forgive him. i would encourage you to report him to a pastor or priest if you have one if not find a good bible preaching church and get to know the pastor speak to him and ask his advise find out if he can speak to your father. also find out if the pastor will do any family counseling. tell your mom and encourage her to get him out of the house. your father has mental problems he needs to get help for. he shouldn't be allowed back into the home until he has been in counseling to help him stop the abuse. if you are at a point of hate and anger at him remember you are only hurting yourself and not allowing yourself to heal and to forgive him for what he's done to you. it will never be ok what he's done to you but if you allow yourself time to heal and receive christian counseling yourself i promise it will get better you need to take care of yourself and not worry about anyone else. you are the one who's hurting. please understand if you don't take mesures now it will haunt you for the rest of your life and you'll never be able to trust men and be able to have a healthy relationship with one. women who've been abused sexualy or physicaly are concidered damaged goods to those who don't understand. you aren't damaged goods you are a precious young woman/man who's been betrayed by the very person who's suppose to nuture and love you. but whatever you do get help it's imperitive to take care of your self. most of my adult life i blamed myself n was in one relationship after another. i tried to medicate the pain with drugs, alcohol, and men. none of these are the answer to finding yourself. cater to the child within don't be afraid to speak up n tell someone. if you don't want your father to get into trouble i still encourage you to speak to a pastor n get his advice on what you should do. there are programs and self help groups you can find online or in your community take advantage of them. again begin to heal and take care of yourself because nobody else will. but always remember God is there by your side to lead you encourage you and help you to heal.AnswerGetting him into trouble, as you say, may actually be helping him. He has a problem and, while it isn't acknowledged outside your home, it is not right since it affects your health and well being. While you are tough enough to "handle it," he is not being held accountable to the rules of parenting (raise the kids, keep them safe). Also, it may help him change the way he thinks and get the help he needs. Unfortunately, there is not any way that victims can change their abuser's minds and ways. The information comes to them in other ways. So, you are faced with telling a teacher, or pastor, if you can get the support you need. A friend can also be a go-between, but they need to carry it to an adult who will take care of the issue. Summer is here, so do something now so you can be set up for the next school year.
because he doesnt want mayella to get in trouble with anyone, especially her father.
Bruno reasoned that his father was assigned to Out-with because he got in trouble. Bruno thought that Out-with was a terrible place and his father was assigned there because it was a punishment.
yes and maybe no Um, well the mother might get in trouble with the father. Because I don't think the father appreciated it, but I'm sure that this person is also right. She may not get in trouble, but I'm convinced the father probably didn't appreciate it.
There were stories about her father sexually abusing her.
Because I was in trouble, I SAGELY decided to ask my father for help/advice.
Depends on what is meant by abusing and how that affects the parent's ability to function.
She gets angry and scared. She's angry because Bruno's Father did a lot for her. He paid for her mother's medical expenses and later arranged and paid for the funeral. He then also hired Maria. She's scared because if anyone hears, they could get in trouble.
because he doesn't want to get into trouble with Atticus
Get a restraining order against the father and call the police. Abuse IS NOT to be tolerated. It can lead to worse, like death.
The boy was reluctant to call his father about the car accident because he knew he'd be in trouble.
no because he is your father and you can't press charges.
because they don't read the bible!! lol
Anyone can be abused, and abusers often marry abusers.
yes. tyler perry spoke of his father currently still abusing his mother in an interview for I Can Do Bad All By Myself.
Maybe, see links below.
Anyone can "call the cops" on anyone else. The question is, will the accusation stick? If there is evidence to suggest you are neglecting or abusing your daughter, or denying him his parental rights as father of your daughter, or if by taking your daughter you are violating a court order, you may well have to explain yourself, at the least.
Scout gets in trouble when she beats up her cousin Francis when he called her father a "Nig*er Lover" Because he was defending a black man.
I hope I hear yes...
I guess it is because he is from Armenia, and they care about modesty!
Your baby's father could get in trouble becasuse it is consisdered rape if an adult has a sexual relationship with an individual under 18.
Call the police. Get a restraining order. THAT SHOULD NOT be tolerated. It could lead to something worse.
They try to. Because the thought of there mother/father spanking them probably scares them to DEATH. So yes and no.
No, Willie Parker is not a father or husband to anyone
father Serra did not get married to anyone
The law is the law and if it is being broken, anyone can report it.