Children are our MOST PRECIOUS entities and souls. What makes some parents total

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  1. gmwilliams profile image85
    gmwilliamsposted 4 years ago

    Children are our MOST PRECIOUS entities and souls. What makes some parents totally and

    egregiously disregard the emotional, mental, and psychological well-being of our most precious children?

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  2. CraftytotheCore profile image81
    CraftytotheCoreposted 4 years ago

    When I was born, my mother was 15.  She chose not to bond with me.   Instead, she married a man who abused me and then left the state when I was taken away.  She started a new life with another man and my baby half sister. 

    I came to terms somewhere in my 20s that my mother never loved me and she never will.  It was through accepting that, that I overcame years of emotional scars and baggage carried by trying to win over her approval and acceptance.

    Being adopted twice didn't make me feel more loved, just more abandoned.

    Today my mother has no sense of what love means.  She moved back when I was pregnant with my first child.  She has constantly tried to belittle me, run my life, even to the point of sacrificing relationships with her other siblings to try to ruin me. 

    She has told me to my face that I ruined her life because she couldn't go to the prom.  She takes no responsibility or accountability for producing a child. 

    While she treats my sister opposite, which I'm thankful for so that my sister never endured my mother's wrath.  She also treats my sister's children differently than mine. 

    I've often thought she had histrionic personality disorder.  She is dramatic, very angry at times, and downright hostile to me, especially when being so gains her more attention.  (positive or negative)

    1. gmwilliams profile image85
      gmwilliamsposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      It is SO SAD what our beautiful children must endure on a daily basis.  Children are LOVE!

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    Rayne123posted 4 years ago

    I am not sure, there are so many things that lead to the unbalance of some parents minds when it comes to taking care of their children.

    sometimes they are very young as your mother was Crafty so they think they cannot find the time or financial means of raising a child. Sometimes they have sex without protection and the baby was not meant to be.

    They want power and control and like men who beat woman or sexually molest children it makes them feel powerful when in reality they are cowards because they cant pick on someone their own match and size.

    I do not know, because I have never really seen it, only heard about it, is sad and heart breaking to read about this. Most of the time its the mother for some reason. The mother naturally seems to be more with the child and the mother becomes stressed and then there is baby blues (forget the word for it) , depression, but there is always help and courses. There is no excuse for any of this. Single mothering.

    Look at the very first case Susan smith, years ago, she asked the world to pray for the return of her kids, she said they were carjacked, when she actually drowned her kids while in the car. How sad, Casey Anthony, the little girl Jonbenet Ramsey,  I believe it was the mother also, she is passed away now.

    I guess its like anything else in the world, we really do not understand why people do the things they do and probably never will, we can only hope that we can heal the world for the future of our children. Nothing is justifiable when it comes to this situation.

  4. DDE profile image27
    DDEposted 4 years ago

    Many parents have children when  much younger and fail to comply with the actual parenting ideas or skills. There isn't much of skill so they try to do the best they can unfortunately it is not enough to love and care for their children  in the process  they lose tract of how a real parent should be with their children. Less educated and following past generations certainly has  something to do with parenting skills

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    dragonflycolorposted 4 years ago

    I cannot fathom what goes through some of those parents minds, but they are most assuredly not equipped to handle children and their needs.  I honestly despise those who do not cherish their children, who hurt them, for their own selfish desires.  If I could, I would take all those children who suffer into my home and give them the care and love they most definitely deserve.

 
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