See what pattern? I throw in the towel? Can you people comprehend anything you read? LMFAO...I said I have helped abused women...what have you done other than add to their guilt and shame? Nothing I am sure...just scream for them to keep a fetus they know will share their fate eventually, or worse. You are the worst kind of woman...thinking you know best for all.<quoted text>
I see a pattern here.
You throw in the towel when you can't handle situations.
It is hard to get a woman out of an abusive situation, so what is your solution? Keep killing her child and leave her in the abuse.
It is hard to get kids to listen to what is best for them, so
1. give them birth control
2. give them clean needles in case they do heroin or coke (AND we all know that heroin is a HUGE problem for the young here in NY so Parents better be realistic now)
3. Don't bother setting curfews because we know that kids will not obey them.
4. Don't set any standards because these kids are stubborn and will do what THEY want anyway.
5. Let them drink in your home because statistically they will go out and drink and we wouldn't want them driving or driving with someone who is drinking. Hey, at least they will be safe at home right?
You are rejected sweets. You cannot compare birth control to drugs and drinking. Only someone with a clear lack of common sense and education would do that. You aren't even worth the time really to respond, all that comes out of your mouth is judgmental garbage. I truly do feel sorry for your children...what judgment do they deal with from you?
Let them drink and do drugs...um not really...since both of these things are illegal there is no encouragement for them to partake of them. Since both of them are clearly damaging to the brain...no encouragement for them to partake of them.
Let's see, curfew...yes they have a curfew. Actually I know where they are and what they are doing when they leave my house. It's called active parenting sweets...you should try it.
Well let's see, standards. I would never set standards involving your beliefs. I want my children to know I love them unconditionally and without judgment. Since you seem to be the queen of judgment...I doubt it works that way in your home.