In reference to a previous post:
Aren't some people just born deviant or evil? Shouldn't the parents recognize this problem and help the child psychologically, rather than ignoring the issue. I have a friend who always said her son was born evil, she caught so much hell for that, but now at 18, he' s been in jail twice, stolen 2 cars, verbalized killing school teachers, is into drugs and alcohol and verbalized beating his mother. My friend insists he was born bad, and just an evil child.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:21 PM on Apr. 5, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by Anonymous at 5:28 PM on Apr. 5, 2009
OMG That's one of my all time favorite movies!! I use to watch it with my father over and over again. It's like a running gag in our house when we yell out "You give me back my shoes Leroy, you bring them RIGHT HERE TO ME!!!!"
Anyway, yes I think the parents should do all they can for their child until they are of age. After that there isn't MUCH they can do but suggest better outlets and try to nug them into the proper care. If you notice your child has some bad behaviors and every out let you try ends in distruction then you should call on a professional.
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