Child Abuse


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After divorce, your relationship with your ex-spouse will still continue if you have children to co-parent. It should always be a shared responsibility. Divorce only cuts the ties between you and your spouse, not between you and your children. It may seem simple enough, but there could be complications arising from the behavior or condition of your co-parent. What are your options if your co-parent has abusive tendencies? Abuse towards the Child If your ex-spouse committed abuse towards your children, he/she should not only be prevented from seeing your children but actually be arrested and jailed. Texas Law is very […]

Coping with an Abusive Co-Parent


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Things that have to do with any kind of abuse are hard to deal with, most especially sexual abuse. Things only get harder if you find out that the abuser is your spouse and that the victim is your child. But as much as it might sound like a situation that’s hard to accept, these things do happen. And if you happen to find out that your spouse happens to be one of those people, thinking of a course of action might just be difficult for you and your child. If you do find yourself in this situation and want […]

Discovering Your Child Suffered Sex Abuse from Your Spouse



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Being separated from their child is a legitimate fear over every parent. This is why most of the questions regarding Child Protection Services revolve around this.  The truth is, removing a child is more of a worst-case scenario. Many investigations result in removing certain persons from the home or a home transfer. Separating a child from the parents is usually a last resort. What to do if Removal is Necessary In cases wherein removal is absolutely necessary, there are certain things you have to prepare. First and foremost, you have to accept that the ruling, even when it is very […]

What to do when CPS Takes my Child


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The state of Texas places great importance on parental rights. Even after divorce, they would still encourage the interaction and relationship with both parents. However, this does mean that they would not be inclined to remove parental rights for the welfare of the child. The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) is in charge of ensuring that the health and safety of children in the state are addressed by the parents or guardians. If not, then they would take more drastic action. When Mental Health is Compromised The DFPS can intervene when a parent assigned with possession of […]

Parental Rights and Mental Health



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Child abuse is something that affects more children than most are aware of, and it is up to everyone to help protect children from these situations. Beyond that, it is an obligation under the law to report children who you suspect are being abused. One of the primary issues that people have, though, is being unaware of signs that children around them may be being abused. Here are some common signs that a child may be being abused: Unexplained injuries. Visible signs of physical abuse may include unexplained burns or bruises in the shape of objects. You may also hear […]

Tips for Recognizing Child Abuse


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In today’s busy and fast-paced world, mental health is now a serious issue. We are bombarded with news and information, and some of these will bring about high amounts of stress. With this new situation and the challenges of married life, some of us may be pushed to the edge. When Your Spouse Needs Psychological Evaluation It could be a struggle to convince your spouse to undergo a psychological evaluation or even therapy or treatment. It is easier to just take a pill to relieve the momentary pressure. Also, there still are many negative connotations on Psychiatric treatment despite the […]

Psychological Evaluation for Your Spouse