Emotional Abuse and Children

(4 Posts)
NeedlesCuties Sat 20-Apr-13 20:12:29

Women's Aid has lots of work they do with kids suffering from any sort of abuse.

They run programmes, offer advice and can link the child up with other children.

I don't really have any advice as such, but know that Women's Aid are experts.

SonShines Fri 19-Apr-13 21:04:38

Will try in relationships...

SonShines Fri 19-Apr-13 17:11:09

Bump

Really need some help sad

SonShines Thu 18-Apr-13 23:16:00

Looking for some help/opinions/perspective, please.

What would constitute being 'emotionally abusive' to a child? At what point should you do something, how can you do anything, how can you prove it, how can you 'counter-act' it, with the child?

This is concerns about a relationship between my child and their non-resident parent with whom they have contact weekly.

Sorry to be vague, I'm being conscious not to give much away as I don't want to be recognised.

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