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Child Abuse: A waiting game.

Started by Invisible, December 21, 2009, 08:18:24 am

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Invisible

It is so difficult to see my GD cry. I picked her up Saturday morning and returned her Tuesday night. My GD cried when it was time to go home. I suspect she will continue to have emotional issues. It just rips my heart out because there is nothing I can do. I know she loves her mom but my GD craves attention. Her mom won't even read her a bed time story. When ever I pick her up her hair is not combed nor her teeth brushed.  Yes, I know these things are not considered to be abuse by children services but to me it is neglect.

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Oh!! I am so sorry, Invisible!  I know how hard this has to be for you.  I wish I could make things better for her and for you.  With you there for her, she has her angel... ;)