Hi there! Welcome to our site. Our mission is to provide and share information we have, from experience and research, about child protective services taking your child or children, and forcing you to participate in their made up legal garbage.
We are very anti-child protective services but we are not anti-child safety. If you really do abuse and neglect your kids, get help now or give legal custody to someone who won’t abuse them. You have the right to assign anyone you wish temporary custody of your child and can sign over your rights to someone responsible who will always care and nurture them. WE DO NOT BELIEVE THAT IS THE GOVERNMENT’S RESPONSIBILITY and it shouldn’t continue to be. There should just be a VOLUNTEER GROUP who handles the few children who were completely and utterly abandoned, whose parents are gone and where there are no willing family members to assume custody.
NEVER EVER CALL CPS THINKING THAT THEY WILL LET YOU DROP OFF YOUR CHILD AND GIVE THEM BACK TO YOU WHENEVER YOU WANT THEM TO. YOUR CHILD WILL NEVER RETURN HOME AND WILL BE ABUSED, NEGLECTED, MOLESTED, AND QUITE POSSIBLY KILLED WHILE IN FOSTER CARE.
Maybe you have a drug problem. It happens to millions of people. You don’t have live with addiction. There are people who can help you. I do not recommend any of the service providers that contract with the county agencies because if you don’t have a case, you will end up with one. Unfortunately, the best programs are those private and expensive retreats. Sometimes, in a few cities, you may find an individual who provides therapy, psychiatrically with medicinal assistance. You may be trading one drug for another but it will be less addicting and less harmful. Changing your entire life is, what I think, the best way to go. Change towns, change friends, change jobs, go to school, take physical fitness classes or join a gym, drink a lot of water and focus on healthy living, get a hobby, do things you know you are capable of doing that you have never done before. Most importantly, don’t go to those groups where you are always reminded of the times you did drugs. You are trying to forget that person and become someone new and improved, right? Why dwell on the old you? Making amends is best done by not repeating that same behavior that offended people. Sounds pretty easy doesn’t it? YOU CAN CHANGE YOUR BEHAVIOR BECAUSE YOU DON’T HAVE A DISEASE! YOU HAVE A PROBLEM CONTROLLING YOUR BEHAVIOR. IT IS ALL ABOUT EMPOWERING YOURSELF, MOTIVATING YOURSELF AND KEEPING POSITIVE PEOPLE IN YOUR LIFE.
HERE IS SOMEONE WHO DOESN’T WISH FOR ME TO PROMOTE HIS SERVICES DUE TO MY OPINION ABOUT ADDICTION BEING A DISEASE SO UNLESS YOU DISAGREE WITH ME DON’T VISIT THIS SITE:: www.intervere.com
Maybe you were abused as a child. Most likely, if you were in foster care you had a hell of a time growing up. Understandable, not your fault whatsoever, There are ways to improve your attitude and outlook on life. That’s all your problem is. You resent the world, don’t trust anyone and feel so inadequate that your emotions don’t know what the heck to do. SEE A PSYCHIATRIST IMMEDIATELY. There are medications that may help and therapeutic meditation or even hypnosis. Maybe you like sports, sign up at a church or local sports team of some kind. It would provide group support and allow you to feel talented and important. Unless of course you don’t really enjoy sports, you could simply volunteer anywhere that the subject matter is something you have a passion for. People excel in whatever they are passionate about. a self support group. Doesn’t matter which one, it’s about learning to live and let go.
Hey I just wanted to add that when someone is abused and they do not work through it then they carry that with them forever. And that allows the abusers to win And to always destroy your life. You deserve better! Find yourself, let go of the bitterness and you will find strength to stop the abuse of your future.
You never deserved any of what happened to you. So don’t allow it to always destroy you. 😉
Thank you MadAngel. We always welcome and value your thoughts. I agree, getting through the emotional trauma of being abused with therapy and talking about it is essential. What I think about addiction is a matter of controlling your behavior. I am glad you helped me clarify what I was trying to say. :>)
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