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My friend is 16 and has problems with her step dad can some one help?

My friend is 16 and has problems with her step dad can some one help? Topic: Washington case search by name
June 20, 2019 / By Peg
Question: I have a friend she is 16 about a few months ago i helped her run away from her house because she lives with her mom and her step-dad they are not legally married according to my friend's aunt.My friends name is Clarissa well her step-dad has physically abused her and mentally abuses her still. Well he has made her life miserable even tho they are not related. Well for those and more reasons I helped her. I met her on october 2007 and for 6 months i tried to help her with her life until she finally asked me to bring her to my house.She used to live in Plano,Texas and i currently live in Houston,Texas. She lived with me and my family for about 3 weeks until a private investigator found her and came with Houston police and took her to a juvenille detention center where CPS talked to her and her parents. The CPS officer who was in charge of her case believes Clarissa but due to lack of evidence they couldnt do anything so she was picked up by her parents. I dont know much about him but Clarissa's aunt Theresa does all of Clarissa's family hates him and some of his family does too. His children are trying to help Clarissa because they know how he is yet no one has been able to get him for anything his good persuasive skills get him out of trouble. They have sent her to live to washington where she finally attends a private school she hasnt been to school since the 3rd grade she is so far behind she is not at the level she is supposed to. Since here in texas you dont have to show proof you are homeschooling your children they couldnt do anything about that either.He is a constant danger to her . Her mother is afraid of him so whatever he says goes. She currently lives with her step dad's sister which would be her aunt but not legally and is in no way related to her but now is her legal guardian.She is treating Clarissa like some sort of slave and is giving her more mental abuse. Clarissa cant go out doesnt have any friends there cant use the phone or internet cant be alone cant spend too much time in the rest room and cant even closer her bedroom door at night to sleep. Clarissa is constantly stressed angry in an unsafe enviroment seeing as drugs are sold a few houses from where she lives they have stolen stuff from her aunt and now cant sleep the whole night. We have been searching for ways to help her but have been unsuccesful. Is there some way to get her away from there and into her blood-aunt's custody? We need to make sure we can get her out of there because if we fail and our attempts are a failure her step dad will make her life a living hell he used to hit her in her stomach so she wouldnt bruise touched her sexually a few times and constanly finds ways to ruin her life he is a complete psychopath so we cant fail is there any way to help her?
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Marina Marina | 3 days ago
You should talk to the authorities and tell them everything you told us. Clarissa needs to open up to them and tell them everything if somethings going to happen. Good luck!
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Marina Originally Answered: My friend is 16 and has problems with her step dad can some one help?
You should talk to the authorities and tell them everything you told us. Clarissa needs to open up to them and tell them everything if somethings going to happen. Good luck!
Marina Originally Answered: My friend is 16 and has problems with her step dad can some one help?
Being a father I would beat the living crap out of the stepfather and press charges against the mother. Yea I know, violence gets you no where, but I guarantee if left in a room with this guy for five minutes he would rethink ever touching this girl again. Where is her father, is he aware of the situation, if he is and does nothing, I'd like 20 minutes alone with him aswell. I doubt a jury would convict me of any crime when the system has so blatantly failed this poor child. I'm not saying do what I do, but reading this question has infuriated me to the point where I cant think clearly. Honestly if it were up to me, I'm afriad of what I would do, if it were my duaghter, I would take his life, no questions asked, no regrets. Temporary insanity, I have a one track mind, and that is to protect those who I love, by any means neccessary.

Kristel Kristel
Being a father I would beat the living crap out of the stepfather and press charges against the mother. Yea I know, violence gets you no where, but I guarantee if left in a room with this guy for five minutes he would rethink ever touching this girl again. Where is her father, is he aware of the situation, if he is and does nothing, I'd like 20 minutes alone with him aswell. I doubt a jury would convict me of any crime when the system has so blatantly failed this poor child. I'm not saying do what I do, but reading this question has infuriated me to the point where I cant think clearly. Honestly if it were up to me, I'm afriad of what I would do, if it were my duaghter, I would take his life, no questions asked, no regrets. Temporary insanity, I have a one track mind, and that is to protect those who I love, by any means neccessary.
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Jazmin Jazmin
Get her to tell the cops or child welfare sound to me like she needs to get out of there asap. Send her my love and best wishes.
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Jazmin Originally Answered: My dad and step-mom get mad at me for sleeping in?
Sounds just like Sleep Apnea.. you need to discuss this with your parents and tell them to take you to a gp who should also refer you to a sleep clinic. This can be helped! here's what Wikipedia says: Sleep apnea (or sleep apnoea in British English) is a sleep disorder characterized by pauses in breathing during sleep. Each episode, called an apnea (Greek: ἄπνοια (ápnoia), from α- (a-), privative, πνέειν (pnéein), to breathe), lasts long enough so that one or more breaths are missed, and such episodes occur repeatedly throughout sleep.[1] The standard definition of any apneic event includes a minimum 10-second interval between breaths, with either a neurological arousal (a 3-second or greater shift in EEG frequency, measured at C3, C4, O1, or O2) or a blood oxygen desaturation of 3–4% or greater, or both arousal and desaturation.[citation needed] Sleep apnea is diagnosed with an overnight sleep test called a polysomnogram, or a "sleep study". Clinically significant levels of sleep apnea are defined as five or more episodes per hour of any type of apnea (from the polysomnogram).[citation needed] There are three distinct forms of sleep apnea: central, obstructive, and complex (i.e., a combination of central and obstructive) constituting 0.4%, 84% and 15% of cases respectively.[2] Breathing is interrupted by the lack of respiratory effort in central sleep apnea; in obstructive sleep apnea, breathing is interrupted by a physical block to airflow despite respiratory effort. In complex (or "mixed") sleep apnea, there is a transition from central to obstructive features during the events themselves.[citation needed] Regardless of type, the individual with sleep apnea is rarely aware of having difficulty breathing, even upon awakening.[citation needed] Sleep apnea is recognized as a problem by others witnessing the individual during episodes or is suspected because of its effects on the body (sequelae). Symptoms may be present for years (or even decades) without identification, during which time the sufferer may become conditioned to the daytime sleepiness and fatigue associated with significant levels of sleep disturbance.

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