I came across a post, on the internet. About a Woman diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, who is being prevented by CPS from seeing her child.
The Biological Mother is not allowed to have Supervised-Visits with the Biologial-Child in Foster-Care. And the Biological Mother is not allowed to have Unsupervised-Visits with the Biological-Child in Foster-Care. Because of the fact that she has been diagnosed with a Mental Ilness called Border Personality Disorder. They told her that the mental illness can not be treated with medication. And that her Borderline Personality is not a mental illness that she can manage.
Do you think Borderline Personality in a Biological Mother, is such a severe mental illness. That medication can not/is not always possible in controlling this severe mental illness. And therefore it is acceptable for CPS to prevent a Biological Mother with Borderline Personality Disorder, from having unsupervised access visits/supervised access visits to her child in Foster Care.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:14 AM on Mar. 14, 2011 in General Parenting
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