I lived with my biological mother until I was almost an adult. She lives in a world where god cures your health concerns by praying, which of course made her a fabulous mother. I have horrifying medical issues that were caused by neglect or possibly Abuse. I ve been in treatment for PTSD for some time, and I m pretty stable now. It s unbelievable to me, but I actually find that I want to meet with her. I want to see her from an adult s perspectiv
Has anyone else had unhelpful therapists on the NHS? I recently went for counselling which I was advised to do during my break from psychology (I remembered Traumatic things from my childhood and the psychologist thought I should take a break-i told her I d feel like I d been given up on but she still got rid of me) So I was told to try counselling at a thing called Lifelink. The woman I was given was extremely insensitive and tactless. I have an
I need feminism because my biological mother was killed by her significant other during an argument. He struck her in the head with a coffee pot while she had her back turned. And there were two conflicting police reports because they ‘couldn’t believe that could happen.’ He was manipulative. She had substance abuse problems so they wrote it off as that. She had blunt force trauma to the head and was in a coma for a week before she passed away. He visited her hospital bed once while she was…
Today, more and more families are adopting alternative family structures. Some families may have multiple parental figures with an active, caring role in the child’s life. This is particularly true when the biological mother and father are divorced. Towson child custody lawyers report on the rights of these third-party parents. What Is a De Facto [ ] The post Towson Child Custody Lawyers: The De Facto Parent appeared first on Huesman Jones and
The Iowa Supreme Ct Allows a Lesbian Co-Parent to Be Listed on an Infant’s Birth Certificate. Hofstra law professor Joanna Grossman comments on a recent Iowa Supreme Court ruling allowing the lesbian co-partner of the biological mother of a child to be listed on that child’s birth certificate.