This has been a difficult time for many of my children, and I have experienced some of the most heart-wrenching moments. But I have also witnessed the beautiful heart that each child has. While I pray for the children that have suffered such hurt, I know that they can receive healing too.
We talk a lot about the ways in which our children are damaged and the ways in which we can work to repair them. I have been working with children for over two decades and know first-hand how important it is for parents and teachers to talk about the damage they are causing their children.
I can only speak for myself and my own family. My own children have been the most hurt by my own parenting. I want to share that and encourage others to talk openly about it with their children. This is especially important when those children are in a trusting, loving, and non-judgmental environment.
This is an issue of choice. Many parents want to give their children the world, but they are not in a place where they can. Many are forced to give their children less than they deserve and are not allowed to make that choice for themselves. It is important to be a parent, but it is equally important that you are in a place where you can make that choice for yourself.
Children are a wonderful thing, but it is not a gift. They are also a very fragile thing. We should not leave children unattended in a situation that might be unsafe or inappropriate for them, especially when they do not know when they are going to return to their parents. Unfortunately, many children are left homeless and abandoned by their parents because they are afraid to be homeless themselves. This is a very sad thing that should not happen to anyone.
Of course, there are a variety of reasons why a child might not be returned to his or her parent. It could be because you can’t find a suitable caregiver and the child has become attached to the parent. The parent may have been drinking and/or high on drugs, or they may be a violent person who you are unaware of. You can prevent this kind of situation by making the child aware of the risks or by making certain choices about the way you handle the situation.
The biggest preventable case of child abandonment is the one we’re often told about. That is, a child who has been abandoned by a parent because they were high on drugs or alcohol. This has happened in so many cases that it is a known issue. I don’t know what the case rate is for this problem, but it is so high that it is a problem that warrants a more serious response.
We’ve written stories about this before. The reason we write this story is because this is a high-risk situation and to help prevent it in the future. It’s not like an abusive parent who will abandon a child because they are high. Its not. Even though one of the children was probably high, the circumstances surrounding the child’s abandonment were horrendous. In my case, the child was abandoned by a parent who was addicted to alcohol.
I would be willing to bet that most people on here are not aware that a child who is high will probably not stay that way. A high on drugs will leave that child in a very bad situation, more so than an alcoholic. We do talk about this, but we don’t really discuss it enough.
I know that there are some people who dont think its actually a bad thing when a child is abandoned. I have actually had a few times where I was a kid and my school friends took me to my foster parents house to meet them. I couldnt believe that my foster parents werent going to be there to pick up their kids and take me to eat and sleep.