The divorce process is usually very difficult and trying for anyone experiencing it. It is especially difficult if your divorce involves a child custody battle. These difficult times often cause a person to act or react irrationally and in ways that detrimentally affect his or her case. You should be aware prior to court proceedings that the court will evaluate your behavior in its entirety throughout the proceedings and always behave accordingly. Below are some of the factors judges consider when making a child custody determination along with the 10 most common mistakes made by men during custody battles.
The phenomenon of adult children living by home and dependent on their parents has become a national problem. Actually, more and more kids are active at home with their parents able-bodied into their 20s and beyond. After that, most concerning, more and more of those kids are idle and available nowhere fast. And the sad biting wit of this situation is that the misery of being an unmotivated fully developed child is far worse than the misery of getting a job after that learning to live independently.
Around is a different kind of ache that can only come from a toxic parent — someone who is meant to love you. Kind of like being broken from the classified out. None of us are absolute, including our parents, but there is a point at which imperfect becomes destructive, taking away from children the love, warmth and nurturing they be worthy of and replacing it with something appalling. Toxic parents come in many shapes. Some are so obvious that they can be spotted from space all the way through the eye of a needle. A few are a bit more subtle. Altogether are destructive. A toxic parent has a long list of weapons, although all come under the banner of neglect or emotional, verbal or animal abuse. Toxic parents lie, manipulate, close the eye to, judge, abuse, shame, humiliate and criticise.
Parental abuse occurs when a child — usually a teenager but sometimes a pre-teen — engages in behavior so as to is abusive toward a parent. It may be a one-time incident before it may escalate in frequency, constant to the point of a day after day occurrence. It can range from oral abuse for example, swearing at before threatening a parent to intimidation en route for outright physical assault. And although parental abuse is often associated with dangerous anger and rage, the abusive behavior may occur with no emotion: a quiet, deliberate act of harm old by a teen to maintain ability over a parent. This type of abuse could happen in any ancestor. But this was my son!