The disturbing dramatisation of the child abuse in Rochdale - Three Girls - shown on BBC One this week, shows us what happens to young people when they do not have sufficient familial resources to protect them. Whilst the dramatisation of the events in which young girls were preyed upon and groomed by predatory men, focuses upon the lack of interest and support from the police and social services, the obvious links between grooming and brainwashing were also clearly shown throughout.
Theresa May has called a snap election, in seven weeks we and she will know what the future looks like in terms of who has the power and how that power is going to help us negotiate Brexit. Clearly the Prime Minister knows something of psychology for if she is going to go in and fight for the best deal she can get in Brexit, she knows she needs a bigger power base than she currently enjoys. Will she get it?
In recent days, after missing mother Samantha Baldwin and her two sons aged six and nine were found, details have been released about the reason why the children were considered to be at risk of harm. The reasons, which include drugging her children as part of false allegations of abuse against their father, are common amongst a particular group of parents who alienate their children against the other parent.
@LLG_Tactical@AliBushell@Peace_Not_Pas@SimplyParentOrg Allegations of abuse need investigation -a child's outright refusal is psychological splitting and is most often seen when a child is enmeshed, influenced or has an unwell parent in control. Children's rights are to relationships with healthy parents, get facts straight first.
@AliBushell@Peace_Not_Pas@LLG_Tactical@SimplyParentOrg she's a protective mom supporter so her whole aim is to discredit the research and posit untruths. She would say the reverse of course, such is the divided world of post separation support services. Shame. Kids should come first, not second to their 'mom's' issues.
@LLG_Tactical@SimplyParentOrg@Peace_Not_Pas There's a problem with your analysis, which is evidence and research,which demonstrate that what you are saying is untrue. A child has a right to healthy relationships, abuse is prevented by differentiation. Evidence not unfounded allegations please.
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