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Worried about agressive teen DD and younger siblings

(4 Posts)
Corygal Sun 24-Mar-13 19:30:35

What gives you the idea she might go for a small child?

Are you secretly hoping you could use the risk to suggest she lives elsewhere?

GingerJulep Sun 24-Mar-13 00:59:52

If your other children are still small could you simply 'ignore' the fact that you have a 'built in' baby sitter in your teen daughter and look after them yourself/hire someone?

Or are you actually worried about leaving them alone in a room together whilst you're still in the house?

If it is the latter you should probably seek professional advice.

stacey212528 Fri 22-Mar-13 23:54:34

Didn't want to read and run sad

I'm only 22 so can't offer a view on the parenting side, but I was EXACTLY like your dd at 15. I hated everyone around me apart from my "friends" I was lucky to have a supportive and loving family to see me through and it sounds like your dd has the same. I'm now a year from completing my degree, a good job and a nice life. Oh and 5 months pregnant! (: it will get better and one day your dd will realise and appreciate what she has.

For what it's worth, for as angry and volatile as I was at the time, attacking my sisters was never an issue. It was "authority" that was my issue.

egghunt Thu 21-Mar-13 15:20:08

My teen DD (15) has gone off the rails recently, getting arrested and playing truant, doing drugs, put on anti-depressants. She has been violent to me, and all the teams of services from school and the council are in action to help. It is a tough phase. She spends a lot of time on the net and makes the wrong kind of friends. She has tried to kill herself and is a cutter.

I am worried about her attacking one of her siblings, who are still little children. Has anyone else had experience of this? I want to trust them to be together but I am increasingly scared she will do something terrible.

Does anyone else have experience of this thanks.

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