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bullied by my daughter , dont know what to do?

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    c.mcginnposted 8 years ago

    bullied by my daughter , dont know what to do?

    Making me ill, feel very depressed, i would like to run.

  2. bushraismail profile image61
    bushraismailposted 8 years ago

    an answer to this will not help you.please consult a psychiatrist before its too late.
    all the best. pray !!

  3. profile image54
    tryoneposted 8 years ago

    social service need to be called if not the police. Most parent live in fear without seeking help for that child bad habits.

  4. manthy profile image76
    manthyposted 8 years ago

    you really haven't provided enough information for a complete answer but no-one should have to be bullied, especially by your daughter.
    I would recommend that you spank her and if she is to much to handle to contact the proper authorities, please do not try to run w=away from your problems they will not disappear, they will still be there waiting, if you are scared of your daughter GET HELP & FACE YOUR FEARS, do not let anyone bully you.
    I will be praying for you and your family May God Bless Us All

  5. Gyspy Writer profile image57
    Gyspy Writerposted 8 years ago

    It's hard to know what to say without knowing the age of your daughter or any specifics, but it is not right for a child to bully a parent. It's disrespectful and something I would not tolerate. I recommend that you find some books on the subject that will help you learn how to deal with it. If your daughter is grown, then perhaps getting away from the situation would be the best answer. They can't bully you if you don't let them. Best wishes, dear. I hope it turns out well for you.

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    c.mcginnposted 8 years ago

    Thank you for all your advices, I love my daughter and its been a really tough time. I now have spoke to the school she goes to, and they are having a meeting with me on Friday, then a meeting with my daughter and another teacher, whom my daughter thinks the world of and can talk to.
    We are going to work together and see if we can sort it. My daughter has agreed. She doesn't like it when she explodes, There has been a lot happen to her, bulling, self esteem knocked also she is dyslexic and selective mute. She gets very frustrated and takes it out on me. Hopefully this will help as she trust the teacher and will talk to her.
    Will let you all know how things develop. She is 13yrs

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