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    On Wednesday I saw a little girl from primary punching her dad, which her dad showed like little to no emotion except he was trying to block it and looked a bit hurt. Then today I was walking home when again I saw the little girl smacking with a tree stick and hitting it on him and it snapped. I didn't know what to do, should I do something!? Is there a reason why this little girl is hurting her dad, she seemed happy when she hit her dad though... (I'm not sure if it's her dad could be her brother or someone)
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    Next time you see the little girl.... RKO outta nowhere
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    (Original post by angel162911)
    On Wednesday I saw a little girl from primary punching her dad, which her dad showed like little to no emotion except he was trying to block it and looked a bit hurt. Then today I was walking home when again I saw the little girl smacking with a tree stick and hitting it on him and it snapped. I didn't know what to do, should I do something!? Is there a reason why this little girl is hurting her dad, she seemed happy when she hit her dad though... (I'm not sure if it's her dad could be her brother or someone)
    I don't get involved in other people's lives, its just plain foolishness. I know it isn't nice to see but it isn't any of your business to deal with other families problems
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    (Original post by Ninjakam119)
    Next time you see the little girl.... RKO outta nowhere
    I'm kinda afraid of her since she looks intimidating and strong for a small girl...
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    I don't get involved in other people's lives, its just plain foolishness. I know it isn't nice to see but it isn't any of your business to deal with other families problems
    Thank you for your response but I do disagree about it being completely foolish for instance take it a kid was being abused by their parents and didn't know that it was wrong. It would be morally right for someone, a stranger, to help the kid but you might think it's foolish, maybe I am. I just felt bad for that man but who knows what's happening behind closed doors...
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    (Original post by angel162911)
    Thank you for your response but I do disagree about it being completely foolish for instance take it a kid was being abused by their parents and didn't know that it was wrong. It would be morally right for someone, a stranger, to help the kid but you might think it's foolish, maybe I am. I just felt bad for that man but who knows what's happening behind closed doors...
    A parent abusing a child is a completly different matter considering adults are taller and stronger than children. If you get involved its likely the parent will be annoyed at the intrusion and you get into more hassle than its worth. Just keep out of other peoples lives. Shes probably one of those spoilt brat daddys girl types
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    A parent abusing a child is a completly different matter considering adults are taller and stronger than children. If you get involved its likely the parent will be annoyed at the intrusion and you get into more hassle than its worth. Just keep out of other peoples lives. Shes probably one of those spoilt brat daddys girl types
    Okay I'll just do that then, thank you for helping.
 
 
 
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