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When the Attitude of a Family Member Feels Strangling

The most beautiful pearl is family. The most bitter poisons (could be) also come from families.
The image of a harmonious and supportive family among its members is the dream of many people. Similarly, married life is pumping individual welfare. But, in fact, not everyone is lucky to taste things like that.

Since they were children, growing up, or when forming their own household, some people were confronted with family members who actually hindered their development. Such family situations are known as dysfunctional or toxic families. Poisonous attitudes of family members can be found in the relations of husband and wife, parents and children, as well as between siblings and relatives.

There are a number of signs of a situation changing from a family’s “drama” that is still classified as a toxic family. When someone feels anxious, sad, and angry every time they think about interacting with family members, or when nothing positive is gained from that interaction.
In general, in a relationship including family relations, an unhealthy situation is rooted in communication problems and the application of clear boundaries. In addition, this can also be implied from the behavior patterns of the parties involved.

“poisonous” people seem to be in control of other people’s lives; likes to accentuate and prioritize himself or show narcissist attitude; always be negative and make the situation pessimistic or gloomy; likes to create dramas and look for things that are wrong with something; easily jealous and judgmental; likes to manipulate or lie; also often … Read More

Power, rights, and liability of a lawyer. Code of Professional Ethics

A lawyer is a person who, in the manner prescribed by law, provides legal assistance to his client. Also, the person is a free advisor on various legal issues.

A guardian follows the nature of his profession designed to ensure that the protection of citizens is not only during the initial conditions but also in court. He is also required to advise on legal issues to those who have experienced them. Also, in carrying out his duties, he was given certain rights. They are as follows:

1. Requests from organizations and companies, as well as from various authorities and documents.

2. To question those who have anything to say about the conduct carried out, with the second agreement.

3. Collect and complete your information principles.

4. Without certain obstacles to meet with his client, even during his detention. In this case, the appointment should not be limited.

5. Attract experts whose assistance is needed to help the principal. For example, experts or translators.

6. To examine in detail the case materials, finish them all with the help of a special tool while preserving the secrets of the state.

By the nature of their activities, a lawyer is justified by all that is not directly prohibited by law. This is the main essence of his profession, which is to provide valuable assistance to humans. In addition to the rights granted, there are also certain duties of a lawyer. They are earmarked by the Guild Law No. 63 dated May 31, 2002. … Read More