By Anonymous - Canada
Today, my psycho stepmother and I got into an argument, and she started to get physical. After calling the police, and a cop showing up at the door, he took her side because she said it was "discipline". I'm a 29 year old man. FML
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  tanjoodo  |  3

YDI Don't call your mother a psycho. even if you are a 100 years old, you'll always be her son. so you should respect her. and she has the full authority to discipline you even if you grow up and have grandchildren. I know that's how you want your kids to think about you.

  Doortje  |  29

I'm not saying he should hit her, but he could've walked out the door. It's not like she can stop him, that's what I meant. But I really wasn't clear about that, sorry :)

And no, I was not raised in an abusive home. But I don't think you have to respect your elders if they beat the shit out of you.

@Nalia: I'm not assuming that he lives there, that's why I said *IF*. It's a possibility, no?


32 51- Seriously. And people who do come from abusive homes don't go "shouting it from the roof tops." geez If someone is going to advertise their fake life they should at least know how to fake it. There are no "pity" buttons, sorry.

  Shadow1368  |  17

people who have been abused don't feel like they have to "tell the whole world about it" they just want all the abuse to stop and want advice on the situation and they just want to have support from other people, that doesn't mean they are telling the "whole world". abuse is a serious thing and leads to depression, self mutilation, suicide ect. so most people that say something about abuse aren't looking for sympathy, but for advice and a way out of their current lifestyle.

they just want help.

I think people who aren't supportive to people who are being abused are just selfish and rood- u don't NEED to try and help -but at least act nice to them and apologize to them that they are in that situation or something.

that's just my opinion though and if I offended anyone I didn't mean to, so I apologize in advance :)


Even though the majority of real life situations tend to side with women it is not in "Cops" best interest to show those scenarios on national television. If anything, the show attempts to persuade the opposites to avoid stereotypes like that.

By  perdix  |  29

You may be male, but you are not a "man."

You need to grow up, Peter Pan, and learn to fight. Cops think it is just pathetic when a dude gets beat up by a girl.