questions framed similarly to 'what are some ways to respond when someone does/says X' are best. Questions posed in the form of 'why does my father do/say Y', or 'how would you diagnose my mother when she does/says Z' are difficult, if not impossible, to answer. I will probably reframe your question to fit the first question (what do I do). Nay question regarding any family member is fair game. Some of the most difficult are in the area of step-parenting and divorcing families.
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the hugely complex nature of family relationships creates an endless variety of both problems and opportunities.
We still don't know how to define child abuse or neglect very well, and know even less about how to predict it or treat it.
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