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Is going against parents allowed in certain circumstances?

asked 2014-07-26 14:23:44 -0500

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Hello, I have a 72 year grandmother who is being emotionally and verbally abused by her son, who is my father. He abuses her to get money out of her and threatens to kick her out of the house if she doesnt pay him. He doesnt allow her to do anything of her will and has made her life miserable. My grandfather has passed away and she is alone. Talking to him hasnt made a difference. I've grown up watching all this. Its been 15 years since she has immigrated to canada to live with us. I wish to move out of our house with my grandma so that I can provide her with a better lifestyle but that would mean going against my parents. I'm very confused as to if I should take this step or not and would like to know what the guru would advise me in such a situation. Thank You

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answered 2014-08-14 11:01:23 -0500

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Tell your father you cannot tolerate his abuse to his mother. Tell him he has two choices, either he stops, or you will move out. Then DO IT. He needs to know you are absolutely serious about this.

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