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what will you do if you know a child is being abused?
Posted 9/24/10
I would stop abusing the child.
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Posted 9/24/10

G-Rax wrote:

Are you kidding me? Mind your own business and get a hobby...


LOL
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Posted 9/24/10
thanks you for saying what you thought. i just wonder what other people thought. no, i'm not going to report them. it is a matter of time when the teachers will say something to the mother. i know it is not my place to stick my nose into it. i'm just worry about the kids health and their self esteem. i'm also worried about when they grow up that their eating habit will be bad or they get bigger than they need to be or they get some health problems because of being too over weight. but since you guys basically say that i should mind my own business, i will mind my own business. thanks again for your thoughts. if you still have thought about it than please go ahead and post it.
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Posted 9/24/10
Lol I weighed 98 lbs when i was 16.. that`s kind of scary a 8 year old weighs almost as much.
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Posted 9/25/10
I know many who are spoiled, get yelled at, and other shit. But they live better there then they would anywhere else, honestly.
Posted 10/10/10 , edited 10/10/10

hopelane wrote:

i know this parent who is not taking care of her kids well. her kids are overweight. i don't mean by little overweight. her daughter is 3 years old and she weighs 52 lbs, and her son is 8 years old and he weighs 92 lbs. she out driving her kids around really late at night. should someone gets hold of someone to look into this case? what weight should kids around 3 and 8 years old weigh?

Maybe the kids are fat because she's too good to them?
Maybe she's driving them out at night to help them fall asleep?

No one likes a whistle blower.

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Posted 10/10/10 , edited 10/10/10
Are you kidding? I don't think over feeding qualifies as abuse, unless these two kids are named Hansel and Gretel, I think they're safe.

Talk to the mom about feeding them right, but geeze. That isn't abuse. Unless that is, she's force feeding them, but I don't think that's the case.
Posted 10/10/10
I'll use a ball-gag next time.
Thx for heads up, bro.
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Posted 10/10/10
well i'm just worried about the kids. what if i tell you that the boy hits his grandpa who is handicap. he swears alot. he's not even teen and he swears. he tells his mother and grandparent to shut up and other things. this week he push a highchair against a wall and broke a plate. he is not really supervise so he can do anything he wants. theres alot more things that i have not said. i'm not going to report them. i'm just asking for a parent point of view. if you are parent that have a heavy kid at that age would you worry or would you not. thats the question. if i was a parent of a kid like this than i would worry about the future when hes a teen and an adult. thats also the other reason way i'm concerned.
Posted 10/10/10
i would take care of them
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Posted 10/10/10
Child Protective Services. Might be under "Crisis intervention" in the phone book. You could always explain the situation to them and they can decide if something needs to be done.'
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