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alex098 Wed 09-Apr-14 16:36:37

struggling with my 14 year old daughter. She Physically attacked me last night because she was ground and tried to walk out so stuPied me Put myself between the door and her and are bearing the brusies today. So much that I have had to Phone in sick at work, naked from the elbows down working Policy. Any advice on how to deal with this behaviour would be aPPreciated.

saintsalive Wed 09-Apr-14 16:40:13

Can she live with someone else temporarily, to give everyone some breathing space?

alex098 Wed 09-Apr-14 16:55:38

Im not sure if she would think that I was giving uP on her. She might take that the wrong way. That also means involving a third Party.

Doinmummy Wed 09-Apr-14 17:00:33

I have had so many problems with my DD - drugs, violence and she's now been excluded permanently from school. It was hard but I have called the police when she has been violent and they have taken her away.

I'm still battling with her ( we've finally been referred to a psychiatrist as she def has a problem with anger etc)

I feel so sorry for you , it's heart breaking that the person you love most seems to hate you so much. X

Doinmummy Wed 09-Apr-14 17:01:18

But def call the police- violence is unacceptable .

alex098 Wed 09-Apr-14 17:08:10

Thank you its difficult for Parents to deal with. Wouldn't think twice about Phoning the Police wouldn't like to say next time as I hoPe this is a one off!

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