Skye: Sometimes in families, kids or parents get hurt.
When people get really upset, they have a lot of feelings. It’s OK to have strong feelings, but it’s not OK to hit or slap or push or hurt someone. That rule is the same for both kids and grown-ups.
If someone in your family is in danger of getting hurt right now:
If you are not feeling safe at home, tell someone like your teacher, school counselor, doctor, or another grown-up that you trust.
Sometimes it feels scary to tell someone outside your family that people are being hurt. But it’s very important that you do it. And sometimes people don’t hear you the first time you tell them, or even the second time. Keep trying until you get the help you need.
There are people who can help you and your family. There are people who work with kids and people who work with parents to make things better.