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This is an important message that needs to be expressed even if it isn't cheerful.http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2013/03/wordless-wednesday-whats-different.html
The statistics are scary! Very impactive message, Petro!
For some reason, my link isn't posting, even though the link form says it did. (What's up with that?)
Hi, thanks for stopping by and linking up. I see your link is showing up now so I presume it was all just a little delay :)
What a painful topic, yet to present and cruel. I have lived in a family where the kids were not beaten, but the mother was...and very often, so violence makes me throw up...literally.
Breaks my heart
Great message, but a subject that sits very sorely with me. Do you know how many of these go reported, but our courts believe more in parents rights than the child's? My mom and I have been fighting a 5 year battle for my niece. They keep removing her then sending her back home. It's disgusting, but hopefully we will finally get the resolution we have fought so hard for in the next few months!
Oh, God! That is awful. So sorry to hear that, I hope things will sort out soon, for your nieces' sake, before her mental health is affected. Violence leads to all kind of psychological issues during adulthood.Hang in there and fight for her, she deserves what's best!
I could not possibly agree with you more!School Spring Pictures and a Visit from 2093
Kind of perfect
I'm a child of abuse so this really hit home for me. Not something I share too often.
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Very sad statistics, no child should ever have to endure this.
Thanks so much, Petro, for following Saved by Grace -- I'm following you back! I've linked up, too -- thanks for hosting, and thanks especially for shedding light on this horrifying situation.God bless,Laurie