Dating an old fashioned man
Maybe they want to show that the child figure is still so thoroughly whipped by the abusive parent that they are still incapable of facing them.
Maybe the child is hoping that Daddy may still turn out to be good after all, despite the abuse, and is therefore holding back on giving him the what-for.
This can be a double whammy if the "parent" is also The Caretaker, since they're essentially the child's lifeline and are wronging them.
Also, for this trope to come into play, the parental figure must truly have transgressed, or the child figure must have good reason to believe the transgression has happened.
This is when standing your own ground comes to play. Time to take a page from and let your parental figure know how you REALLY feel.
It's time to Call The Old Man Out, or the Old Woman, if it's your mother you have issues with.
Penalty points are awarded if they have tragically repeated exactly the same mistakes with their own offspring. Sometimes, the writer may not want the child figure to be the one doing the calling out.
Maybe they want to keep the child figure Really Nice, so nice they won't even yell at an abusive parent.
Spider-Man (the ever-engaging Tom Holland) wants to talk about .
One hundred and forty-nine minutes long, this is a sprawling affair with multiple changes of locations and many overlapping plot lines. “If he gets all the infinity stones, he can do it with a snap of his fingers,” we are warned of his capacity for destruction.