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Children Raised In Mentally Abusive Environment
Could an abusive (physical, emotional and mental) childhood make you as an adult be abusive toward your own children?
Certainly no help: Whether or not this constitutes mental abuse is probably a matter of degree and definition. The obvious question is why this conversation was begun in the presence of the children, and how it degenerated into an argument. Neither party appears to be acting like thoughtful adults, and the children will certainly not benefit from observing and then potentially copying this behavior. ...Read more
If hitting and screaming at your kids is "abuse" then why do so many of my friends parents do it and my dad and all his friends were raised the same?
Definitions vary: I remember interviewing a mom whose neglected kids were frail ; undernourished.Asking about her thoughts about abuse or neglect, she told me her grandparents chained her to a stake under the porch as a kid, so she knew what abuse was. Her neglect was not intentional and she didn't see it as such. People raised with this may not accept it as abuse.That does not mean it is not. ...Read more
In Sunday my husband and two children broke out in a rash over body. It is raised, grouped together and swollen. ?
Rash: It could be anything but need more information and photos ...Read more
Are pathological liars dangerous? My ex husband lies about everything. Nothing is his fault but mine and others. He has been abusive to the children and was order supervised visitation, he makes up lies and are proven to be lies and then can't remember fr
Hello. : Hello. There is not a specific personality disorder associated with pathological lying. Whether a pathological liar is dangerous depends to large extent the content and context of lies. Chronic lying, certainly complicated the life of the person who spins the tales as well of those in his company. ...Read more
Should a parent share their abusive past with their children to help explain his/her emotional problem?
Depends: This depends on several factors related to the current situation. The parent would need to examine his/her motives for sharing such information. The appropriateness of this would also be impacted by the age and/or maturity level of the children. I would suggest discussing the matter with a therapist before making a decision about this. Such a disclosure could be helpful, but there are risks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My two children boy aged 15 weeks & girl 15 months have a rash on their inner thigh it isn't raised both there temps are fine but are both very iterated?
Check with your Peds: You should pay a visit to your pediatrician for evaluation, someone needs to see it. It's difficult to say anything for sure without physical examination. ...Read more
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