Saturday, 31 December 2011
09:02:44 PM (GMT)
At what point, does yelling and screaming at your child become wrong?
When it started to emotionally tear them apart?
When they start straving themselves, and cutting, because its the only thing they
Because the rest of the family won't listen, they just keep telling you to
"Let it go"
and to just "Push through"
When does what my father does, become wrong?
He's always angry. So angry.
Yelling. Snide remarks.
His whole demeanor screams violence.
In any moment it feels like he could just beat the shit out of you.
If I do something, he's mad.
If I don't do something, he's mad.
If I talk to him about it, he's mad.
If I don't talk to him about it, he's mad.
If I try to avoid conflict, he's mad.
If I try to defend myself when called vulgar things, he's mad and I'm back talking.
I feel like im constantly walking on egg shells.
I never know what will upset him, or what to do when he is upset...
Is this the point where yelling at your daughter becomes wrong?
Because it feels like so much more than just yelling.