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Saturday, June 19, 2010

What does removal do to the children? Part 2 of 3

Foster Parents;Did you know? What does removal do to the children? Part 2 of 3
June 18, 11:51 AMFoster Families ExaminerMarilyn Harrison

In part one we were discussing, CPS the entity that removes children from their homes, our question; what does removal do to the children? Now a few questions for our subscribers, and parents who are reading this?
1. Is it a bad parenting to remove cell phone privileges from a teen who run’s up the bill?
2. Is it a crime to be poor, homeless, or to loose your job?
3. Is it wrong to take away a teen’s bicycle helmet currently being left in the weather, or is this good parenting skills?
4. Is it wrong as a parent to place a child in time out for misbehaving?
These are actual “Child Abuse” cases filed, excuses that CPS has used to remove children from homes. Is it wrong for a parent to be able to make decisions in how to discipline their children, now discipline is called emotional or mental abuse? One foster parent refused to allow a fourteen year old girl go out at ten o’clock at night with her nineteen year old boy friend on a school night, the girl called into the hotline, the foster parent was charged with “child abuse”.
Gregory Hession, an attorney out of Boston, Mass. said in an article written for New American magazine that “Child Abuse” has become an “elastic term” that CPS can stretch in anyway that they deem necessary to justify taking YOUR children away. www.massoutrage.com/ma/
Are you our children next?
Let us examine what this trauma does to the children. After children are removed from their homes, they sometimes begin to experience emotional problems. What emotional problems you ask?
Reactive Attachment Disorder for one, lack of trust, paranoia, anxiety disorders, and the latest one that they have come up, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Ever wonder why disorders are created and then diagnosed so often in our society. Then conveniently, drugs are already in existence for this new disorder? nfpcar.org
Remember, after children are diagnosed they are often placed on drugs. Picture your children removed from you and then placed on drugs!
How could a child not be suffering from one or more of these emotional problems after the traumatic experience of being torn from the arms of loving parents, ripped from their homes screaming for their parents? The initials for these disorders go on and on; RAD., PTSD, ADD, ADHD.
Do you have the picture as to what is going on behind closed doors?
We encourage you to subscribe to your Foster Families Examiner. Read on; #3 in this series


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