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**Update concerning our unstable mommies out there**S/O.....should Moms with anxiety/mood disorders be allowed to keep having children?

In my honest opinion...I don't think they should. 

At least not if they are on Medicaid. 


****OK....let me just say...I should have been more clear. If you are on Medicaid, because you are unable to WORK because of your "anxiety or mood problems"....(Just stop acting like a drama queen and handle your shit)....then you shouldn't be popping out more babies.

I love how this post has turned into a giant sob story. Everyone competeing to see who is the most sad and unstable. 

Well, I hate to point it out to you...but if you are able to sit online and chat with other people, and function at this level, then you can get a job. Just because you are lazy, or had a shitty childhood, doesn't mean others should have to pay your way. It ALSO means that you shoudln't be on Medicaid..and that I also wasn't addressing this to you.....so please put that in your pipe and smoke it...lmao. 

I'm a very nice, kind person. I just have my opinions. If you don't like them, feel free to tell me why:)


Posted by Anonymous on Feb. 6, 2013 at 2:05 PM
Replies (31-40):
ebbierowe
by Gold Member on Feb. 6, 2013 at 4:23 PM
Your orignal post says nothing about being stable. It simply states "moms with anxiety /mood disorders "

Quoting Anonymous:

*eyes a rolling*....are you on Medicaid? Are you unstable? Are you institutionalized often for your "anxiety" , leaving your children to depend on others to raise them? If yes...then no, you shouldn't have had all those kids. If no, then this post was clearly not about you. 

Quoting Pink.Sunshine:

I have anxiety at times. Should I not have my 3 children? *eyes a rolling*


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Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Feb. 6, 2013 at 4:24 PM

exactly. that's the point of this post? lol.....the problem is...IT IS affecting their ability...but they just keep pumping them out.

Quoting kittyx4:

Only if it affects the ability to care for yourself and your children


Pink.Sunshine
by on Feb. 6, 2013 at 4:24 PM

If I deleted it, evidently it wasn't relevant. Do you want a e-battle because I'm truly bored right now and my kids are occupied? If not, move along and stop quoting. You're complaining about a comment I deleted? Are you kidding me? 

Quoting Anonymous:

wow...I saw where you deleted the "Now what?" comment....shouldn't you be doing homework? 

Quoting Pink.Sunshine:

Blue Cross, Blue Shield. OH it wasn't? Oh then I'll be mosying on along.

Quoting Anonymous:

*eyes a rolling*....are you on Medicaid? Are you unstable? Are you institutionalized often for your "anxiety" , leaving your children to depend on others to raise them? If yes...then no, you shouldn't have had all those kids. If no, then this post was clearly not about you. 

Quoting Pink.Sunshine:

I have anxiety at times. Should I not have my 3 children? *eyes a rolling*





Kazoo22
by Platinum Member on Feb. 6, 2013 at 4:24 PM

Here, Here! I have social anxiety and honestly if it were for me having my daughter I would probably still be where I was several years ago and not on a better slightly less anxiety filled road.  I was also on medicaid when I first had my daughter because her father and I weren't married we couldn't be on his insurance. There are a lot of people that aren't troubled with anxiety/mood disorders that shouldn't have children either, but some how just because people have anxiety/mood disorders that makes them unfit? The OP might have seen people who fit this description and maybe those particular people shouldn't have children, but not everyone fits in a perfect dysfunctional box. 

Quoting sweetmomma326:

This really offended me.  I was diagnosed as being bi polar and having depression and I am far from being an unstable mother.  I also received medicaid during pregnancy because I wasnt married at the time and wasnt allowed on my now fiancees insurance so I had to get it as I was a full time student and pregnant.  As long as its under control, they shouldn't be denied the right to have children.


Anonymous
by Anonymous on Feb. 6, 2013 at 4:24 PM

MIND YOUR BUSINESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

BrookieCookie1
by Bronze Member on Feb. 6, 2013 at 4:24 PM

 

Quoting Anonymous:

lol...really? this, from the woman who typed a response longer than my original post. I think it may be YOU that needs a break from the internet and may want to get a "life"

Quoting BrookieCookie1:

 These medicaid posts are really boring and have been for ever now. They're really trite, actually. In all honesty, why not? If someone's on Medicaid then that means that their psychiatrist visits are free or way cheaper than the poor soul that gets socked for an 85.00 hr rate that most charge per hour of therapy, if you've got no behaviorial health care. And for that matter, who in the world isn't crazy in one damn way or another once you really, really know them? If you haven't figured any of those things out yet, thus realizing the sheer stupidity of your question, then perhaps you should quit focusing so much energy on writing pissy things under the guise of anonymity on your computer and get out and live a little or get a life!

 

 Hehehe. The adult equivalent of a "nuh-uh, you are", . If it would take more than 30 seconds or so for you to type that then I hate to break this to you but you are a slow idiot. Sorry you're so floored by fast typing, we can just chalk that up to another thing you don't know jack squat about. You're a real winner, lady!

Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Feb. 6, 2013 at 4:25 PM

well, clearly, if you are stable, then your parenting isn't an issue.....I forgot I was on Cafemom, where I have to use small words and draw pictures.

Quoting ebbierowe:

Your orignal post says nothing about being stable. It simply states "moms with anxiety /mood disorders "

Quoting Anonymous:

*eyes a rolling*....are you on Medicaid? Are you unstable? Are you institutionalized often for your "anxiety" , leaving your children to depend on others to raise them? If yes...then no, you shouldn't have had all those kids. If no, then this post was clearly not about you. 

Quoting Pink.Sunshine:

I have anxiety at times. Should I not have my 3 children? *eyes a rolling*



Pink.Sunshine
by on Feb. 6, 2013 at 4:25 PM

Well this explains a lot LMAO

Quoting BrookieCookie1:

 

Quoting Anonymous:

lol...really? this, from the woman who typed a response longer than my original post. I think it may be YOU that needs a break from the internet and may want to get a "life"

Quoting BrookieCookie1:

 These medicaid posts are really boring and have been for ever now. They're really trite, actually. In all honesty, why not? If someone's on Medicaid then that means that their psychiatrist visits are free or way cheaper than the poor soul that gets socked for an 85.00 hr rate that most charge per hour of therapy, if you've got no behaviorial health care. And for that matter, who in the world isn't crazy in one damn way or another once you really, really know them? If you haven't figured any of those things out yet, thus realizing the sheer stupidity of your question, then perhaps you should quit focusing so much energy on writing pissy things under the guise of anonymity on your computer and get out and live a little or get a life!


 Hehehe. The adult equivalent of a "nuh-uh, you are", . If it would take more than 30 seconds or so for you to type that then I hate to break this to you but you are a slow idiot. Sorry you're so floored by fast typing, we can just chalk that up to another thing you don't know jack squat about. You're a real winner, lady!


Anonymous
by Anonymous on Feb. 6, 2013 at 4:26 PM

If you can't afford another child, you shouldn't have it.  And, it is our business as you want us to provide for you both.


Quoting Anonymous:

I suffer from depression and anxiety and currently have Medicaid. I'm going to have another baby with my fiancé in the next 2 years or so. And it is none of your business what I do with my life



Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Feb. 6, 2013 at 4:27 PM

you sound so immature. Let me guess...you're one fo those moms who is just "misunderstood" or "bipolar" and keeps pumpin gout kids despite the fact that you are just passing that shit right along to them. 

I wasn't questioning the time it took to type it....I was questioning the length, the substance, the fact that you wasted all those words on someone you deem as "slow"......you are clearly soemone who needed to read this. 

Quoting BrookieCookie1:

 

Quoting Anonymous:

lol...really? this, from the woman who typed a response longer than my original post. I think it may be YOU that needs a break from the internet and may want to get a "life"

Quoting BrookieCookie1:

 These medicaid posts are really boring and have been for ever now. They're really trite, actually. In all honesty, why not? If someone's on Medicaid then that means that their psychiatrist visits are free or way cheaper than the poor soul that gets socked for an 85.00 hr rate that most charge per hour of therapy, if you've got no behaviorial health care. And for that matter, who in the world isn't crazy in one damn way or another once you really, really know them? If you haven't figured any of those things out yet, thus realizing the sheer stupidity of your question, then perhaps you should quit focusing so much energy on writing pissy things under the guise of anonymity on your computer and get out and live a little or get a life!


 Hehehe. The adult equivalent of a "nuh-uh, you are", . If it would take more than 30 seconds or so for you to type that then I hate to break this to you but you are a slow idiot. Sorry you're so floored by fast typing, we can just chalk that up to another thing you don't know jack squat about. You're a real winner, lady!


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