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I HATE KIDS' BM!

Anonymous
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She doesn't take care of her children. She dresses them in ill fitting clothes and doesn't bathe them regularly. She also abuses them. We have called CPS and they will not do a thing. The school counselor is also aware and won't do anything. The eldest has been urinating in her pants when she is over there. We have asked for more custody...I coach their cheerleading, we pay for EVERYTHNG (health, school, etc) and she does not. And we are not allowed to have more custody and cannot afford a huge court battle. The system is broken, yo. 

Posted by Anonymous on Apr. 4, 2013 at 9:01 PM
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BeKind2All
by on Apr. 4, 2013 at 9:15 PM
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That is very sad. :(

cristalf060812
by Member on Apr. 4, 2013 at 9:29 PM
Wow that is sad. Lest the kids have u an their dad
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Anonymous
by Anonymous 2 on Apr. 4, 2013 at 9:33 PM
"The system is broken, yo" That might be part of why you aren't taken seriously.
Anonymous
by Anonymous 1 - Original Poster on Apr. 4, 2013 at 9:54 PM
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Quoting Anonymous:

"The system is broken, yo" That might be part of why you aren't taken seriously.

That is part of my vent. We present our selves very professionally, and always put our best face forward. I do understand as I am a grammar nazi myself. 

Anonymous
by Anonymous 2 on Apr. 4, 2013 at 9:56 PM
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Ok because I was with you through the entire rant until the "yo" lol


Quoting Anonymous:


Quoting Anonymous:

"The system is broken, yo" That might be part of why you aren't taken seriously.

That is part of my vent. We present our selves very professionally, and always put our best face forward. I do understand as I am a grammar nazi myself. 


Anonymous
by Anonymous 1 - Original Poster on Apr. 4, 2013 at 9:58 PM


Quoting Anonymous:

Ok because I was with you through the entire rant until the "yo" lol


Quoting Anonymous:


Quoting Anonymous:

"The system is broken, yo" That might be part of why you aren't taken seriously.

That is part of my vent. We present our selves very professionally, and always put our best face forward. I do understand as I am a grammar nazi myself. 


:)

BrittSam2011
by on Apr. 5, 2013 at 1:42 AM

That's just a horrible situation.

September2013
by on Apr. 5, 2013 at 1:48 AM
How does that justify her ability to raise children? Ur comment was rude. U don't even know this women.


Quoting Anonymous:

"The system is broken, yo" That might be part of why you aren't taken seriously.

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by Anonymous 3 on Apr. 5, 2013 at 2:25 AM

some children when they are with people they don't know very well-will wet the bed/their pants, if they suffer from anxiety around a person/s they don't know very well. or if they suffer from anxiety in pubic. children who have autism can suffer from anxiety

Anonymous
by Anonymous 3 on Apr. 5, 2013 at 2:33 AM
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Signs of neglect can be found in both the child victim and the victim's parents. A child who is being neglected will often display signs in their clothing, hygiene, and actions. Parents who are neglecting their children may show signs in their interactions with their child and in their abuse of substances.

One of the most common signs of neglect in a young child is clothing. Children who are not properly taken care of will often wear noticeably ill-fitting clothes, either much too small or too large, that are typically dirty, excessively worn, or inappropriate for the weather. This can occur despite the fact that the parent is financially capable of providing proper clothing for the child. While this sign of neglect can sometimes be found in older children or teenagers, it is more rare. Teens, in many cases, can care for their clothing, or able to obtain their own, and therefore capable of hiding the neglect.

Another typical sign of neglect in children, especially those under the age of 10, is poor hygiene. A victim of neglect will often not be given a bath or be afforded the opportunity to do so or denied the tools they need to clean themselves. Excessive dirtiness or a permanent foul odor are among the most noticeable signs of this type of neglect. As with clothing, older children and teenagers are often able to take care of these matters on their own; babies, toddlers, and very young children are not.

child may show signs of neglect through actions. Begging for food or stealing food can be a sign that the child is not being properly fed by parents. Victims of neglect will often be late or missing from school on a regular basis, typically because they are either not made to go or not provided with a means to attend. There are also some emotional signs of neglect. A child may form an unusual attachment to another adult, typically a teacher, community leader, or neighbor. On the other hand, a child might also display an unhealthy distrust for all adults. Frequent references to a parent's absence, being left unsupervised at a young age, and an overall lack of attachment to the parents may also be a sign of neglect.

Some signs of neglect can also sometimes be found in the parents. Mother or fathers who seems disinterested, indifferent, and often annoyed with their child, without reason, may be neglecting them. This is not to be confused with a parent missing some school functions for work or those who are occasionally distracted when their child is speaking to them. This sign of neglect is almost always ongoing and very noticeable to those close to the family and occasionally outsiders. Another common sign of neglect from a parent is habitual use of drugs or alcohol; these substances can make caring for a child's emotional and physical needs next to impossible.

Signs of neglect can be subtle or glaringly obvious. A neglected child is at risk for both physical and mental health issues; the younger the child, the more dangerous neglect can be. Suspected cases should be reported to a local agency for further investigation.

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