Teenage Violence At Home

July, 2014

Violence from child to parents? You’re not alone!

July 30, 2014 Poster Uncategorized

It could easily be assumed that this might be something that only happens to ‘different’ families. You know, the families where there is perhaps physical or mental disability or maybe a child has been adopted and perhaps that means it’s not a ‘real’ family. Maybe the parents might be poorly educated, socially deprived and have […]



Violence in a blink

July 23, 2014 Poster Uncategorized

 To be writing to you about this, and our feelings, is a huge leap, hopefully forward. I worry that to tell our experiences will reopen the door to fresh abuse.                                                                 Spineless, weak, toughen up and dish out a taste of their own medicine….these are all things that people hinted at or even just saying straight […]



Our chameleons

July 11, 2014 Poster Uncategorized

Violent, abusive, protector, aggressor, best friend, charming…. What a crazy contradictory collection of words, but these are the words that best describe the person our son came to be. One of the earliest memories we have is within the first six months of bringing our three children home from Africa. Our eldest would insist on […]



We have survived

July 4, 2014 Poster Uncategorized

Sometimes I don’t even know how I am going to come up with a sentence to start. There is so much to say, so much has gone on. We are in fact, looking back. We are survivors of teenage violence at home. Our family is broken, but we, my husband and I and our youngest […]



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