no one in particular

Knoxville, TN

#1 Jan 26, 2013
What do you call a person that allows her child to have lice in her hair for over six months. The infestation was so bad, the child had infection from the lice. Keep in mind, the child was in high school.

She also seems to have a problem with keeping food in the house for her family to eat, yet she is always buying clothes and going on mini vacations to the mountains.

She allows her child to smoke cigarettes even though the child has asthma and both of her daughters smoke weed on a regular basis....

Mother of the year???
funny

Knoxville, TN

#3 Jan 27, 2013
yeah the mother should be responsible, which most are not, just lazy and two, the child, is in high school, what the hell is wrong with that picture, if you are in high school, you should have sense to take of the problem yourself. Kids now a days are just plain stupid. Go to a school nurse, duh!!! Put some veggie oil in your hair with a food city back over it to kill the lice and wash your nasty but regularly. what the hell is wrong with people
Disagree with you

Mauldin, SC

#4 Jan 27, 2013
funny wrote:
yeah the mother should be responsible, which most are not, just lazy and two, the child, is in high school, what the hell is wrong with that picture, if you are in high school, you should have sense to take of the problem yourself. Kids now a days are just plain stupid. Go to a school nurse, duh!!! Put some veggie oil in your hair with a food city back over it to kill the lice and wash your nasty but regularly. what the hell is wrong with people
If you go to the nurse, she'll send you home. And just because a child is in high school doesn't mean she has the opportunity to get treatment. A) you have to be sixteen to drive. B) you can't se a dr without your parents permission. C) you have to have money to pay for the treatment. So do t blame this on the child. This mom (if these statements are true) is self-centered and the child is being neglected. A form of child abuse. You want to know what to do: call the child abuse hotline. That's what you do.
no one in particular

Knoxville, TN

#5 Jan 27, 2013
Now, the child is 18, she was 15 at the time, DCS won't intervene because the child is now an adult.
Like everybody else does.

Apopka, FL

#6 Jan 28, 2013
Disagree with you wrote:
<quoted text>If you go to the nurse, she'll send you home. And just because a child is in high school doesn't mean she has the opportunity to get treatment. A) you have to be sixteen to drive. B) you can't se a dr without your parents permission. C) you have to have money to pay for the treatment. So do t blame this on the child. This mom (if these statements are true) is self-centered and the child is being neglected. A form of child abuse. You want to know what to do: call the child abuse hotline. That's what you do.
Go to the emergency room like all the other people who have no insurance .
ur stupid

Powell, TN

#7 Feb 8, 2013
There's other way to treat your hair that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. You shouldn't judge anybody because you have no idea what the other side of the story is maybe she treated it and they came back or something lol you people make me sick always have shit to say just sayin

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