Unwilling Bystander to Child Abuse.

by Danny
(Claypool, Indiana. )

I live with my 70 year old mother and 73 year old father because they are unable to shop, drive, and raise their 3 adopted children. (My uncles kids who are 4, 7 and 9).


I was forced to drop out of college to take on these responsibilities for them. My mother has gotten so agitated that any conversation with her becomes an argument ending in her becoming destructive of her home, children's possessions and personal affects.

I am in a position where I am unable to do anything to peacefully resolve the anger and mitigate the situation. Love and appreciation for years of parenting has a limit which is the emotional, psychological and verbal abuse of innocent children.

If anyone has helpful information on how I can help these kids find a safe and stable place to live please let me know.

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