many reasons. some terrible but others are for reasons that though they don't seem right on the surface, they makes sense if you try to understand. though it's rare that a kid deserves to be rejected, i have met a couple that got what they deserved.
They are not parents if they do that. Every parents must love their children because they made them.
Because they are not ready in the world of parenting where they hold a big responsibilities for lifetime.
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