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my mum hit my nose, she pulls my hair and pokes and pushes me and mys sisters but doesnt properly hit us. She is also emotionally damaging. My dad doesn't get involved much and is probably too scared of splitting the family apart to do anything, but me and my sister are struggling to cope. I would feel guilty f she got into actual trouble, and I wouldnt knw who to go to anyway, what do we do?
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How old are you? Your dad really should step in, have you told him how much it bothers you?
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my mum hit my nose, she pulls my hair and pokes and pushes me and mys sisters but doesnt properly hit us. She is also emotionally damaging. My dad doesn't get involved much and is probably too scared of splitting the family apart to do anything, but me and my sister are struggling to cope. I would feel guilty f she got into actual trouble, and I wouldnt knw who to go to anyway, what do we do?
hiya,
even if she doesn't hit you, this is still forms of abuse and it's not safe to not do something about this. i'd suggest telling your dad first, or maybe a teacher who you trust?
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I strongly recommend having a 1:1 conversation with her about what she does. She might not realise the impact it has on you and your siblings when she does it in the moment of anger, and she might forget about what she done later on, so it's a good idea to sit down with her when she's calm, understanding the issues both sides have.
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How old are you? Your dad really should step in, have you told him how much it bothers you?
Im nearly 17, ive spoken to my dad and messaged hima bout it and he sometimes has arguments woth my mum about it but he doesnt really get involved and he is at work a lot anyway so doesnt witness what hapens
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hiya,
even if she doesn't hit you, this is still forms of abuse and it's not safe to not do something about this. i'd suggest telling your dad first, or maybe a teacher who you trust?
I've spoen to my dad about it, he seems really reluctant to even acknowledge it, and i feel like if i speak to a teacher it mught be blown out of proportion and will have a huge imoact on my family, especially my mum as i dont know what would happen if i spoke to someone at school abou tit
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I strongly recommend having a 1:1 conversation with her about what she does. She might not realise the impact it has on you and your siblings when she does it in the moment of anger, and she might forget about what she done later on, so it's a good idea to sit down with her when she's calm, understanding the issues both sides have.
She gets very mad when any of us try to bring it up. She says we are gangin up on her and starts guit tripping all of us and basicaly sayin it is our fault and we have pushed her to it
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She gets very mad when any of us try to bring it up. She says we are gangin up on her and starts guit tripping all of us and basicaly sayin it is our fault and we have pushed her to it
i would still recommend speaking to a teacher about this, i think this sounds the right level of serious for it to be considered; it clearly sounds like you're being emotionally manipulated to believe that it's your fault. i hope i don't sound pushy in any way but this does sound like a cause for concern
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do the same to her, just don't hurt her or anything, very gently tap her nose, lightly tug her hair and poke her with non aggressive force. but don't push her, that may be too much.
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i would still recommend speaking to a teacher about this, i think this sounds the right level of serious for it to be considered; it clearly sounds like you're being emotionally manipulated to believe that it's your fault. i hope i don't sound pushy in any way but this does sound like a cause for concern
Yeah, I would agree, speak to a trusted teacher first or maybe even a friend you can trust and if it carries on or gets out of hand, you should call childline or once your 18, move out.
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