I am not sure what to do. I have two daughters and they are always fighting. They are 10yrs and 12yrs. My oldest is going through a tough time, she may not pass 7th grade, she is a daddy's girl and my Ex is always telling her bad things about me as with her step mom doing the same. My oldest says she hates me all time and that she wants to live with her Dad. I discipline her and he doesn't, so no wonder why! My youngest is the sensitive one and a mommy's girl and she is torn. Lately, more than not, when they fight, it becomes violent and I am terrified of violence. Now it is affecting school, my youngest cannot understand why her sister won't play with her or be nice to her. She tells me that my oldest has threatned her with a screw driver and she just told me last night that the cut she has on her hand is from her and she did it to herself because hurting herself makles her feel better. Now I just got a call from her school that she bit a boy (he does pick on her) but she has had it and halled off and bit him. How can I stop these two from becomming violent!? How does this stop? I am terrified that one of them, if not both, are going to hurt themselves beyond repair or eachother. What can I do to stop it! I need some serious help. I am having the girls see their school social workers and I am hving them go to counsiling but the appointments are not until next week. What do I do in the meantime. I am SO scared!
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