No matter what age children are it is hard for them when their parents divorce. Even if they are 50 years old. But if you and your husband are already thinking of getting a divorce then things must be pretty tough right now. Just be sure that when you do decide to get a divorce just let them know that it is not their fault.Answer
Any age is appropriate, as long as you get out of there as soon as you possibly can.
A bit more:
If your husband is emotionally abusive to the kids or to you, you need to get out now. To remain in a marriage and subject the children to any form of abuse will cause far, far more damage to them from coming from a broken home. Actually, in this particular situation, I would consider it a "broken home" - I would consider it mending their home life.
Growing up with an abusive parent (verbally, emotionally, physically,etc.) can cause children many problems, both while young and after they are grown. It can result in them having very poor self-esteem, deep seated anger and resentment, etc., and it can also result in them possibly being emotionally abusive to their own children one day.
So please, for yourself and your children, leave your husband now. The longer you stay, the more damage he can cause to all of you.
The Father is the Sons role model. Father teaches the Son how to treat woman/men/children and how to be a man. If the Father is emotionally abusive, the Son will more than likely grow up to be an abuser aswell.
Although divorces are not at all easy , mainly for the children as they are torn between love for the father and love for the mothewr, the advantage for children mainly come when an abusive father has lost custody of the child to the mother, and the child has no fear any more.
you get it for her.
An abusive father and rough childhood, divorce from her husband.
Yes, the child should not be with their father. Unless the father is willing to go to couseling. Good luck and God Bless:)
Yes you can, you should complain to the police and then let them take the first action.
Three of his children have stated VERY publicly that Bing was a physically and emotionally abusive father, one admits to the use of corporal punishment but denies it was abusive. Hard to say: some people exaggerate their stories in order to get publicity, and some abuse victims deny their victimhood. You can take your pick.
You will need a lawyer to try and get you full custody of your children and your lawyer will have to prove your husband is abusive to his children. If you presently have duel custody of your children and you take the children to the UK you could be charged with kidnapping.
In ancient Rome children belonged to their father. In the case of a divorce, the children lived and were raised by their father.
Yes, it is normal with some children who grow up with a verbally abusive father to think that honesty is not always if ever the best police when dealing with authority figures other than his own father because a verbally abusive father has life twisted around in his own mind. A child that is either verbally or physically abused by their father will most likely try to please that father more so than the father. However, there are other children who grow up with verbally abusive fathers who make an extreme effort to be the opposite of their father and when those grown children have children of their own they make sure their children will not have to go through the same thing they went through.
Call the police station and speak to an officer about it. If the step-father is threatening the children he can be removed and not the children.
Keep them away from the father and make an agreement with him not to be verbally abusive to your children
You have the visitation rights that were established in the divorce, and you have no custody rights.
Talk to someone, get your feelings out. Things feel so much better when you tell someone, hopefully someone you trust.
Not if he is abusive...physically, mentally, or emotionally. Those boys will eventually get the same treatment from him as you do, he can be the father...but that doesn't mean you can't raise them without him. Get out of that relationship before you or your unborn children are hurt. And if you can't see yourself without him...at least try. It never hurts to try, especially if he is already hurting you.
It's not likely, as custodial and visitation issues are based upon the welfare of the child or children. If the child or children are not placed in a dangerous, neglectful or abusive situation or are emotionally traumatized due to presence of another person, then it will not be relevant to the court. Any of the noted problems would be based on the evaluation of a trained professional (psychologist, social worker, medical doctor,etc.) not on the testimony of the other parent or other involved persons.
A non-biological "father"; essentially, when a woman remarries after her husband's death/divorce, her new spouse is a step father to her children.
If the 13 year old tells the court what is going on i think the will take favor in the child
In real life: no. For a work of fiction: yes, but only to cause conflict which has to be resolved.
No. The court has jurisdiction over your case and over your children. You cannot remove them from the jurisdiction without the court's permission. You need to bring the situation to the attention of the court so it can investigate and modify the custody/visitation orders, if necessary. If you move the court will impose sanctions on you.
There is no current law prohibiting you from living with a man who is not the father of your children. If you marry him, he becomes their stepfather.This in no way changes the relationship between the father and the children, he is not their ex-father he is only the ex husband. You may need to remind him of this, if he is worried about his relationship with his children. Unless he is abusive, the children need to see their father and continue the bond with him.
Hitler's father was abusive, but not his mother.
yes i think that it is abusive to the kid emotionally and mentally because it gets on the kids nerves and over time it will effect the kid.