My in-laws are in a very complicated, nearing abusive, situation. I am in no position to step in, but my heart goes out to my two nieces, ages 4 and 1. I am crying in my heart to think of what they are being exposed to, they're need for guidance and security, and they're future. I don't think that they are aware of the severity of the situation, but these two little ladies don't deserve the fallout of the turmoil that is boiling above their comprehension. The most I can do is pray, pray, pray, and pretend that I am cuddling, comforting, and playing with them. I am afraid of what the parents situation may escalate into, I just want some peace for these dear little ones. Please include them in your prayers today.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 9:25 AM on Feb. 3, 2010 in Religion & Beliefs
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Answer by Nyx7 at 9:59 AM on Feb. 3, 2010
i really think your husband should have stepped in. one to stop it and let your bro in law know its not right and two to show your kids its not right. maybe you and your husband and you in laws can sit down and have a heart to heart. sometimes people dont see how damaging their ways are. and i wouldnt call cps unless hes physically hurting the kids. im praying and im sure God will take care of this.
Answer by whitenena at 10:15 AM on Feb. 3, 2010
but i will say cps does need to be called if he doesnt shake this off. he could be depressed and feeling pretty bad for losing the job. its very stressful and men tend to turn away from the family and put it into an outlet. like drinking, watching way to much tv... give him sometime before you call cps.
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