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Re: WWASP Experiences
« Reply #15 on: December 22, 2008, 10:23:06 PM »
Here is another example of program parent playing the victim card. This one actually has the gall to suggest the kid should thank her for being taken out of one of the most abusive programs that exist. So the kid gets put in a horrible program for two months, the mother finally realizes the obvious truth that an internet search would of revealed and go gets him. Then she complains that he isn't grateful for being released from the abusive program, and surprised it didn't improve his behavior.  Now this program parent has resorted to name calling like an angry child having a tantrum, how mature of them. Program parents are absolutely unbelievable sometimes.
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Re: WWASP Experiences
« Reply #16 on: December 22, 2008, 10:36:30 PM »
Oh for Christsakes give it a rest, frog-eyes!
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« Reply #17 on: December 22, 2008, 10:59:39 PM »
I think Pam's situation is one of those unique ones, where you cant exactly blame them but you cant exactly excuse them either.

my question is where do you draw the line between helping and enabling? and when you do, how do you act upon self preservation without abandoning the child. I think a lot of parents get this equation backwards. They abandon their kids way before they ever consider actually helping them. I don't think this was the case of this program parent. I think she did try, and since her son has come home has continued to help him. The decision she made to send her kid away was only after an extreme situation which is actually rare among program parents. This doesn't excuse her of not doing the proper research, however her actions after she did come across the right information is what sets her apart from the rest... and I really don't think she implied that he should be grateful and act accordingly, I'm sure shes just a bit jaded and wished her son was more well behaved in general.

So there you go Che, soak it up. A real live exception to my theory, and I'm not too proud to admit it.
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Re: WWASP Experiences
« Reply #18 on: December 23, 2008, 01:02:38 AM »
Quote from: "Miss Antsy Pam"
Come on people....crucify me...have fun.  I posted the TRUTH...that is the only thing that matters when it all boils down to the end.  Knock yourself out posting and bashing parents that are trying to help put an end to the industry.  You have no idea what I do or what contribution I make to this site and other anti BM sites...so have fun you spineless simpletons
thank you on behalf of a kid whose parents never cared.
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Re: WWASP Experiences
« Reply #19 on: December 23, 2008, 07:31:27 AM »
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I think Pam's situation is one of those unique ones, where you cant exactly blame them but you cant exactly excuse them either.

my question is where do you draw the line between helping and enabling? and when you do, how do you act upon self preservation without abandoning the child. I think a lot of parents get this equation backwards. They abandon their kids way before they ever consider actually helping them. I don't think this was the case of this program parent. I think she did try, and since her son has come home has continued to help him. The decision she made to send her kid away was only after an extreme situation which is actually rare among program parents. This doesn't excuse her of not doing the proper research, however her actions after she did come across the right information is what sets her apart from the rest... and I really don't think she implied that he should be grateful and act accordingly, I'm sure shes just a bit jaded and wished her son was more well behaved in general.

So there you go Che, soak it up. A real live exception to my theory, and I'm not too proud to admit it.

Well that's what happens when you don't listen to me more sweetie.

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Re: WWASP Experiences
« Reply #20 on: December 23, 2008, 09:27:08 AM »
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I think Pam's situation is one of those unique ones, where you cant exactly blame them but you cant exactly excuse them either.

my question is where do you draw the line between helping and enabling? and when you do, how do you act upon self preservation without abandoning the child. I think a lot of parents get this equation backwards. They abandon their kids way before they ever consider actually helping them. I don't think this was the case of this program parent. I think she did try, and since her son has come home has continued to help him. The decision she made to send her kid away was only after an extreme situation which is actually rare among program parents. This doesn't excuse her of not doing the proper research, however her actions after she did come across the right information is what sets her apart from the rest... and I really don't think she implied that he should be grateful and act accordingly, I'm sure shes just a bit jaded and wished her son was more well behaved in general.

So there you go Che, soak it up. A real live exception to my theory, and I'm not too proud to admit it.


Thanks for the exception....you people can't make me feel worse than I already do.  I agree with all of you...there is no excuse, I made a huge mistake that I will pay for the rest of my life!
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Re: WWASP Experiences
« Reply #21 on: December 23, 2008, 09:32:47 AM »
Make sure you have all the facts before you judge....

1) my son was not kidnapped/escorted
2) I inspected the facility BEFORE he was placed
3) We looked at schools together
4) HE chose Casa over the other options we had researched TOGETHER

there...have at it
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« Reply #22 on: December 23, 2008, 09:37:31 AM »
Great, it looks like you made the perfect life choice for your son, good for you......

Keep telling yourself whatever it takes for you to feel better about not raising your own kid.
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Re: WWASP Experiences
« Reply #23 on: December 23, 2008, 09:40:30 AM »
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Quote from: "Miss Antsy Pam"
Come on people....crucify me...have fun.  I posted the TRUTH...that is the only thing that matters when it all boils down to the end.  Knock yourself out posting and bashing parents that are trying to help put an end to the industry.  You have no idea what I do or what contribution I make to this site and other anti BM sites...so have fun you spineless simpletons
thank you on behalf of a kid whose parents never cared.

You are most welcome....I am so sorry your parents never cared.  I am sorry for ALL the parents that didn't ,and still don't, CARE OR BELIEVE what was done to you.  That is a HUGE part of WHY I am here...to apologize for the parents that NEVER cared. I CARE otherwise I would just go my merry way and live in denial of what I did!  

At least I have the GUTS to put it out there and let everyone bash me
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Re: WWASP Experiences
« Reply #24 on: December 23, 2008, 09:48:36 AM »
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Great, it looks like you made the perfect life choice for your son, good for you......

Keep telling yourself whatever it takes for you to feel better about not raising your own kid.

I DID raise my own kid.  hmm  60 days out of 21 years..SURE I didn't raise my own kid???  99% of the people in our lives are ENVIOUS of the relationship I have with my son.  What he and I share is something so special and cherished by both of us.  That is all I need to "feel good" about myself.  We ALL make BAD choices at times, but what you DO after the bad choice is what matters MORE!
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Re: WWASP Experiences
« Reply #25 on: December 23, 2008, 09:51:43 AM »
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Quote from: "Teachback"
Great, it looks like you made the perfect life choice for your son, good for you......

Keep telling yourself whatever it takes for you to feel better about not raising your own kid.

I DID raise my own kid.  hmm  60 days out of 21 years..SURE I didn't raise my own kid???  99% of the people in our lives are ENVIOUS of the relationship I have with my son.  What he and I share is something so special and cherished by both of us.  That is all I need to "feel good" about myself.  We ALL make BAD choices at times, but what you DO after the bad choice is what matters MORE!
Denial aint' just a river in Egypt.
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« Reply #26 on: December 23, 2008, 10:15:16 AM »
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hmm  60 days
A lot can happen in a few weeks, let alone 60 days. I hope your kid wakes up to what you did to him one day and fucks you up for it.......

Arrogant scum!!!!
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Re: WWASP Experiences
« Reply #27 on: December 23, 2008, 10:20:43 AM »
Quote from: "Miss Antsy Pam"
Come on people....crucify me...have fun.  I posted the TRUTH...that is the only thing that matters when it all boils down to the end.  Knock yourself out posting and bashing parents that are trying to help put an end to the industry.  You have no idea what I do or what contribution I make to this site and other anti BM sites...so have fun you spineless simpletons

I think you did the right thing. I can't tell you how many times I would daydream about my parents coming to pull me! What made you pull him? Was there suspicious behavior from the school itself?????
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« Reply #28 on: December 23, 2008, 04:18:25 PM »
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Was there suspicious behavior from the school itself?????
Yes.... My kid called at 3 in the morning saying something about some of the other kids shitting in the laundry bag... and something about them trying to jag another one of the kids in the ass with a baseball bat, stuff like that.... I thought to myself, "It's high time i got him out of there" and went and got him out the next day!
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« Reply #29 on: December 23, 2008, 04:26:45 PM »
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What made you pull him?
He got tired of pulling himself!
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