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Originally posted by Hazelnut
Just so ya know, my IQ is extremely high, I never give up and never quit. I have overcome more in the first 30 years of my life than you will ever have the misfortune to experience. You could learn something from me that would make your life and the life of those closest to you - BETTER.
Originally posted by muzzleflash
reply to post by TheMythLives
ok you may think you know all about this but you do not
I LIVED this exact story in my Life!
Religion is not the problem here. The problem is the biological parents reluctance to accept responsibility and face up to their mistakes.
SHE is not reaching out, she is looking for a pity party.
I will not just stand by and let you all pat her on the head without pointing out the obvious.
Yes I am embarrassed for ATS and I believe that if you opened your eyes and reread her posts you would be too. Do not let the religious angle blind you to her actions as a mother and her lack of sympathy for HER OWN CHILDREN but plenty of sympathy for herself.
I do not care for religion, I am not religious and if this was a true case of religon screwed someone (again) I would jump on board with both feet but IT IS NOT.
Originally posted by TheEndofEvolution
I have a few questions for you.
1. Did you give her custody or did you put her in the Power of attorney for guardianship in the Family Care Plan? There is a huge difference between the two.
2. Did your alcoholic husband sign the FCP or custody paper? If not you cannot sign a child over by yourself and thus he can petition to get the child back.
3. What is your current military status? Active, reserve, AGR, Initial entry training, Delayed Entry program. Your status can limit the resources available to you.
Originally posted by Strype
I was vaccinated. I went to public school, drank soda and watched all kinds of senseless garbage on TV while I was growing up. I won't go any further, but that first paragraph comes off as a bit offensive. I loved how you put the word normal in quotes.