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The Underage Committed a Crime the Parents Need to Pay for it

The cases where the parents are, made to take responsibilities, over their children’s, behaviors, ruled by the court!  Off of the Newspapers, translated…

The adage, “Parental debts are paid by the offspring”, but based off of the laws right now, the parents’ debts, don’t necessarily fall under the offspring’s responsibilities, but as the underage children were out, and done something bad, the parents may be made to pay collaterally, two young children in a preschool fought over a watch and started arguing, and one child scratched the other, injuring her/him the judge mandated the parents of the child who’d scratched to pay the injured child over $16,000N.T.s, the high school student, Chen, was running on the roads, and, bumped into a woman who was riding on an electric motorcycle, and he and his father were made to pay the woman $250,000N.T.s, the legal realm stated, the underage whether it be intentional or negligent, had hurt another, the legal guardians may have to pay for it by collateral, the parents must be really careful over this.

Based off of civil law, the children’s age limit was seven, before seven, the child have no control in restricting one’s own behaviors, those children older than seven have, and if children in these two age groups had impacted someone’s rights, and if the behaviors were determined as “under the awareness”, then the child will be paying for the wrongdoing legally with the parents, if not, it would be the legal guardians who must pay.  But if the legal guardians can produce proofs that they’d not been loose on their rules of raising their young, or that there were already, reasonable rules established, then, the legal guardians don’t have to pay for their children’s behaviors.

Two young boys, Hwa and Ming (both false names) are students of a famous kindergarten in Taipei, two years ago, on an afternoon, Ming handed his new watch to other students to look at, and after the students looked at the new watch, they’d, handed it over to Hwa to see, as Ming tried to get the watch back from Hwa, Hwa refused, they started arguing, Ming scratched Hwa’s face twice, injuring him.

Later on, Hwa’s parents sued Ming’s parents in civil court, asking to pay for the damages to their young son in amount of over $1.4 million N.T.s, while Ming’s parents mentioned, how the preschool they’d selected for their son was a famous chain kindergarten in Taipei, that they’d, already, given the best forms of education to their own young; while the judge believed, that the parents hadn’t, because the child couldn’t know what he did was right or wrong, the parents of the child have to pay for the damages, in the end the courts found Ming’s parents to pay over $16,000N.T. to the other parents.

The fifteen-year-old high school student Chen two years ago, was running across the intersections, and rammed the woman on an electric bicycle, Yeh over, injuring her, Yeh sued the high school student and his parents for the damages; the courts reviewed the street surveillance, found that Chen wasn’t following the lights, because Chen was not yet twenty, he was categorized as “couldn’t restrict his own behaviors”, his father also couldn’t produce the proofs of his watching over his son’s behaviors, that he was collaterally, responsible, the courts found that Chen and his father must pay Yeh a total of over $250,000N.T.s.

And so, this still showed, how under a certain age, when a kid misbehaved, the parents are responsible, unless you the parents, can prove, that you had, given the rules to your children to follow, and this would be, interpreted by the courts, which means, that the judge can see it, either way, and, there’s, no way of you, the parents knowing, if you’ll get sued, so, the best way to prevent this, is by, teaching your young the right rules and, keep your fingers crossed, that they don’t, get into, too much troubles…

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The Single Father Has to Go to Work, Chained His Own Son Up, the Mother Came to His Rescue

To prevent your kid from getting into trouble while you’re away at work, you’d, LEASHED him up, like a D-O-G!!!  Wow, that’s, smart all right…off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

An eight-year-old boy in Miaoli was found, chained with steel chains by his birthfather at the residence they shared in Toufeng, Miaoli, the child called out to help to his mother in Taoyuan, the mother rushed over, couldn’t get the chains off, and called emergency, the firefighters used the oil pressure clips and finally free the boy; the police and county department found the father used inappropriate measures to discipline the child, that he’d broken the laws of child and adolescent welfare, they’d filed for an emergency restraining order against the father, placed the child out, the district attorney’s offices set the man’s bail at $50,000N.T.s.

The local fire department received at call at around 10:37 in the morn, from the birthmother of the young boy, told them that the child was chained up in his living room, and couldn’t break out of the chains; as the firefighters arrived, they’d found the chain to be three meters long, they were able to use the oil pressure cutters and other equipment, to break the chains, and it took more than ten minutes to free the child, they’d notified the police and social services afterwards.

The preliminary investigations found, that the parents of the child is divorced, the custody was with the father, starting last year, there’d been records of domestic violence on record with the father, but the inappropriate discipline measures were mild, the Social Services did NOT list them; yesterday as the father goes out to work, worried that nobody’s looking after the child, that the boy may run off, so he’d, chained up his own son, to restrict the child’s movements, left the milk, the bread in the living room for the young boy to consume when he gets thirsty or hungry.

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Because the child couldn’t stand being chained down, his movements restricted, he’d called his mother for help, “I got chained by dad, can you come save me?”, the mother thought that it wasn’t possible, rushed over to her ex’s from Taoyuan, and was dumbfounded at what she saw; the child said he’d misbehaved, which was why he got chained up, that he was beaten, and scolded often, it’d made the mother sad.

The police assisted the young boy to the hospital, found the bruising on his waist from the chains, immediately filed for a restraining order for the boy, investigated the case as assault, obstructions of freedom; the Social Services found that the father, chaining the boy down, although it’d not caused him bodily harm, or serious injuries, but, the behavior may have traumatized the child physically as well as psychologically, that he’d broken the laws against protection of young children and adolescents, guilty of improper disciplining, placed the child out of the father’s custody, and forced the father into the parenting courses.

And so, because you had to work, there’s no one to watch your kid, to keep him out of trouble, so you’d, CHAINED him up like a dog, I mean, you had, left water, and food for him (and that should be enough, if he were a DOG!!!), and, you’d, caused psychological trauma in your own child, and you don’t even know it, are you, @$%#ING, kidding me here?  How would you like it, if someone CHAINED you, fucking (don’t pardon me!) adults up, and restricted your movement, because the individuals didn’t want YOU to, misbehave when they are out?

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Selling Your Daughters off as WHORES…

What sort of fathers are you, selling your daughters off as WHORES???  Where’s that protectiveness that ALL daddies feel toward their, baby girls, huh???  Oh, my B-A-D, there’s NOTHING called PATERNAL instinct, only MATERNAL instincts isn’t there???

Selling your daughters off as WHORES, that’s, what you, FUCKING fathers do, because you got used to having us women, come serving you on your hands and feet, and, it’s only natural, that you start, selling us, your daughters off as WHORES, to make you the money to live off of.

Selling your daughters off as WHORES, I’d been “sold” too, for just, those, CHEAP, $2,000 (roughly $71.42USD’s, based off of the current exchange rate, and yes, I checked it okay???, on my twenty-sixth too!), and, the way that mother FUCKER slapped down those, CHEAP two thousand dollars was like he was, paying me off for some sort of shit, and yeah, I still took it, ‘cuz, I was, “running short” on the cash in my wallet then……………………

And, that is, some of you, FATHERS are prone to do, selling off your own daughters off as, W-H-O-R-E, and us baby girls, well, we deserved, a WHOLE lot better, than to be, sold of like them WHORES, ‘cuz, not all of us, are whores, I know I’m not, for I’m, still, a total B-I-T-C-H here!

And, here’s that “side note”, you might want to be my P-I-M-P, but, I AIN’T your WHORE!!!

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The Greetings from the Children, it’s the Invitations of Their, Trust

The kid: why should I say hello?  The adults: because WE say so!!!  And that, is the wrong way, to socialize your children!  Translated…

During the New Year’s, a group of relatives gathered, in my memories, I’d always, become, fearful and nervous over this.  As a young girl, I didn’t take to strangers, and hated the loudness, and, as the adults started showing me too much attention, it’d, made me feel, uncomfortable.

The elders who’d come to visit, they’re all, mostly, strangers to me, and whilst I was still, in a daze, my father would pull me over, and urged me, “say hi to your elders”.  And yet, before I could react to the atmosphere that’s, gaining the momentum, couldn’t catch up to the paces of how my father and the adults were interacting, I’d gotten their words of displease.

I was too young to tell the adults, and can only, keep everything I feel inside, allowing it to accumulate, and, “greeting others”, “saying hi” became dreadful, instead of something I enjoyed doing, but “something I had to do!”

Time flew, I’d become, an “aunt”, and I’d found, that I was, really sensitive, like those adults were in my childhood, when the children didn’t greet me.  I’d found, that accumulated over the years anger, displease, upset, with the endless questioning of why when the adults tell us to, we need to do it, and now, their grandkids didn’t have to greet me, and they’d not, gotten, scolded, and were, tolerated?

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a child who’s shy around strangers…this would be, difficult for them to cope, having them greet your adult friends and distant relatives…photo from online

Time is a good medicine, made our life experience, into wisdom.  I’d started to understand, that the older generations may carry with them that sense of lack of security, and needed to gain their sense of self-worth, sense of authority from without, and used “being greeted”, to satisfy their own needs of, being noted as someone worthy or important.  In the past when I was too young to differentiate, I’d taken it as my responsibilities, the adults’ demands of me, and became, too tried, and filled with anger.  And, as the adults felt upset because I didn’t greet them, it’s their emotions, while my choice related to, “What sort of a person do I choose to be”, finally, I’d, separated the responsibilities now, severed it off, I’d no longer, needed to, be responsible for the other individuals’ feelings, only responsible for my own behaviors, and feelings.

On that day, my younger cousin whom I don’t interact with regularly took his children, boys of age four and six to my house to visit, they’d, stared at me.  My cousin didn’t tell them who I am, nor demanded that they greet me.  I knew, that the kids weren’t familiar with me, that there’s no need to force them to connect.  I’d, called out to them, introduced myself to them as their aunt, continued holding conversations with them, when they got sidetracked and not eaten their meals like they should, I’d, gotten their attention back, and learned that it was my four-year-old nephew’s birthday on the day.

I’d told him, “happy birthday, finish your lunch first, I’ll give you a pudding for your birthday!”, then the child let his guards down, finished up the meal, my six-year-old nephew searched for me, and called out to me, “Aunty, do you want to play the storytelling board games later with us?”, and, I’d spent an afternoon of time in board games with my younger cousin and his family.  As the kids left, they’d not wanted to leave, and, eagerly made a date for our next, game date.

illustration from UDN.com

圖╱Betty est Partout

The kids are so straightforward, son naïve, and the adults needed to, let go of their hearts first, to learn to show cares and concerns toward the children first, to warm up with each other, and, as the emotions became, connected, the kids will trust you, and naturally, they would, interact with you more, and accept you, into their, worlds.

“Greeting”, is no longer something we must do on the holidays, with a little more thought, giving each other a little extra time, it can bring the joys of connections between people, and, what greater joys there are, than when a kid invites you to play the next time?

And so, this adult had, gained the awareness of what she’d hated of what her adult counterparts made her do, to greet everybody who came to the house, and, upon realizing, she’d, not demanded her own nephews to greet her, and this made them more comfortable, and they’d, connected to her more easily, and once the ice was broken, everything flowed, smoothly.

This still just showed, how you parents, should NOT MAKE us, your children greet those adults who are unknown to us, who are, YOUR friends or relatives!

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Parents Overcome with Poverty-Stricken Life, Sold Their Young Daughter for $190,000N.T. to the Horny Man They’d Owed the Debts to

Because you can’t PAY up the debts, therefore, you SOLD your daughters, PIMPED them out?  Wow, and you call yourselves, PARENTS???  This is simply just, BULLSHIT, how us females are sold for CASH!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

A couple who couldn’t find steady work, had three young daughters, they were living in poverty, and the family took out a loan of $160,000N.T. from their neighbor, the thirty-six year-old man, He, they couldn’t pay it back, two years ago, they’d, privately SOLD their own youngest who was only six-months old, for $190,000N.T. to He, the Taichung District Attorney’s Office indicted the couple as well as He on human trafficking charges.

The man, He used the excuse of helping to take care of the couple’s eight-year-old eldest, and RAPED her too, the district attorney’s office charged him on rape, and He never showed up in court, and the Taichung District Court had an arrest warrant out on him.

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and, we’re, selling ’em as a “bundle” so whoever buys gets FOUR for the PRICE of O-N-E! You have GOT to be SHITTING me here!!! Photo found online

The D.A. found, that the thirty-six-year-old “Zheng” (a false name), and his wife, the thirty-three year-old “Ping” (false name) had three daughters ages eight, three, and two, and because they were poor, started two years ago, they’d started, taking loans from the unmarried man, He, and left their youngest daughter in his care to babysit.

The couple owed a total of $160,000N.T.s, and they couldn’t pay, plus, He told them he was willing to adopt the couple’s youngest daughter, two years ago during August or September, they’d sold their youngest to He for $190,000N.T.s; He paid them in five installments, six thousand a month, and on March 5th of 2020, he’d, paid up the money for buying the couple’s daughter.

Last year on March 11th, because He couldn’t get the adoption processed, he’d asked his friend, Chang to go to the district office to seek assistance on the adoption process, and the workers notified the police, and that was when the police found, that the couple sold off their daughters to the man, took the contract and the installment payment slips into evidence.  The D.A.’s Office indicted all three yesterday.

And the D.A. also found out, that He used the excuse of how the couple didn’t have enough space at their home, and invited the couple’s eldest daughter to his rental place to sleep, and he’d, molested the child two times, and sexually assaulted her once.

As the child’s mother found hickies on her daughter’s neck, and realized that she’d been raped by the man, she’d, notified the police, and He said that the child wanted to “play the game of vampire sucking blood” that he’d “kissed her neck, that was how the hickies were there.

The district attorneys indicted He on a more severe count of forced sexual act, and some other charges, and He had not shown up in court, and in January, the district court of Taichung sent out an active arrest warrant on him.

And, all three of these adults DESERVED to get PUNISHED severely, the parents, charged with PIMPING their own young out, and the man who “bought” these children, CHARGED with rape, molestation, AND human trafficking, and because “we don’t have enough money”, so we’d, decided, to SELL off our young!  Well, here’s a THOUGHT: if you can’t afford to raise that many kids, then, why the FUCK (don’t pardon me this time!), are you still, popping your offspring out, like how those, RABBITS humped, huh?  If you can’t AFFORD to keep, or to RAISE your young up, then, don’t have them, use CONTRACEPTIVES, you MOTHER FUCKERS!!!  (still no need to PARDON me on this last part here!)

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The Single Mother Gave Birth Six Times to Seven Children, the Children Were Placed in Foster Care & Protective Custody All Around the Island, She’d Refused Help for Placing Her Children, the Three-Months-Old Infant Girl Found Dead

Yeah, uh, and you’re, still popping ‘em out like CRAZY here?  Are you, @#%&ING, kidding me!!!  Ill-fitted as a MOTHER to her own, young, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The woman, Lee, last October gave birth prematurely to an infant girl, two nights ago, she got into an argument with her ex, Liu at their rental home, the cops were called, and they’d found that the three-months old infant girl showed no signs of life, they’d rushed her to the hospitals, but she’d, still, died; the D.A. autopsied the infant’s body, noted that there were no external forces from at home, that the infant showed no signs of external injuries, but the cause of death was unspecified, and they’d put out a house-arrest order for Lee and Liu, the D.A.’s office will be conducting an autopsy to find out the cause of death next week.

The Social Services Department in Taichung told, that the thirty-seven-year-old woman Lee gave birth six times total, and every pregnancy was with a different man, including a set of twins, there were, a total of, seven children that she’d had, and other than the younger sister from the twin who’s died, and the older son got placed by the social services department, of the remaining five children, two were sent to live with her exes, two others were adopted out overseas, and another was given to her mother to raise.

Lee and Liu didn’t get along after they married, she’d given birth to twins prematurely last October, the infant male was placed by the social services at the start of this year.  At the end of last year, Lee got back with Liu, and rented their stay in Xitun District, Lee took over caring for her own young infant daughter, but two nights ago they’d had an argument, and by the time that the police arrived, they’d found the infant girl, dead.

The social services pointed out, that the mother was a case that they were looking in on long-term, that right before her release from prison she’d found out she was pregnant, but refused to be placed in a shelter, and started, tramping the streets, and she’d had the drinking habits long term, and would get into arguments, fights with others after she got drunk; in order for the woman to be without worries in her pregnancy, the Social Services not only paid for her hotel and rental stay, they’d gone with her to her maternal checks regularly, paid for the medical charges she was requiring, and helped her file for government assistance.  The mother received a set amount of $12,000N.T. for the assistance.

The Social Services Department stated, that there were three records on the infant girl who’d died, reason being that her mother was neglecting her, the social workers had gone to visit the woman, tried convincing her to place her daughter, but the mother was out of reach at times, and they couldn’t get a hold of her.

And so, this, is what happens, because the social services tried stepping in, but the woman REFUSED any assistance, because she’s way too immature, way too selfish, and there were the children that came before this one that died, that were all, placed, out of her care, because she couldn’t take care of them all, and yet, she is still, having them, are you FUCKING (don’t pardon me here!) kidding me???

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Letters From A Son: A Note To The Old Man — The Written Addiction

Hey Pop,It’s been awhile. It’s been 31 years to be exact. In fact it was 31 years ago today when you left us. I’m sorry it’s been a little while since my last letter. Not sure if you can see the news where you are but the world is in a little bit of a tailspin. […]

Letters From A Son: A Note To The Old Man — The Written Addiction

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A One-Year-Old Infant Accidentally Ingested Heroin, the Mother Charged, Sentenced to Five Months

NEGLIGENCE HOMICIDE is what THIS was!  Because this young child had been in contact with the illegal substances way before this man moved in to the residence, that’s why he got away, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The dealer, Cho, a little over three years ago, was found to have illegal substances inside his home when he was serving time, his wife, Wang provided the drugs to a friend, Hsiao, and had him look after her own young daughter, but, the child of only a little over a year old ingested some heroin, died in a horrid manner, the courts found from the forensic reports, that since the child was only six months old, she’d been in contact with the illegal substances, and charged the mother with manslaughter, sentenced her to five months, and she could pay the money to skip her prison time, Hsiao had the charges dropped, this can still be appealed.

In the midnight hours of July 9th, 2017, a one-year-five-months-old young girl in Taichung was found to be in a comatose, rushed to the hospital, the paramedics found that her coma was caused by her mistakenly ingesting heroin and other substances, and because she was poisoned too much, they’d treated her until the 28th of the same month, when she died.

The district attorneys found, that the father of the child was arrested on June 2nd on drug charges, left his stash of heroin, amphetamine, and other controlled substances that weren’t discovered by the police raids, that the young daughter mistakenly ingested the substances, and died, because the father of the child had already been taken into custody, he wasn’t charged for her death, but he was sentenced to ten years for trafficking and selling drugs, is currently serving in prison.

After the child’s father was taken into police custody, his wife, Wang (age 37), in order for her husband to make bail, she’d given the heroin left by her husband at home to a man, the thirty-eight year-old Hsiao to abuse, hoping that he can testify, that her husband had nothing to do with the substances, so he could make bail.

In order to get the substances and not pay for them, Hsiao agreed to head over to Wang’s residence, and helped her look after her young children.  At the midnight hour of July 9th, after Hsiao injected himself with heroin, he’d placed the needle where the young girl can reach, and Wang also left a bag of drugs in the room, causing the child to mistakenly ingest the drugs, as Hsiao found, he’d waken Wang up and rushed the young child to the E.R., but in the end, the child still, died.  The district attorneys charged Wang and Hsiao with manslaughter.

The judge weighed, that Wang knew there were the illegal substances at home, and that the young child is in her oral stage, and puts everything into her mouth, as the victim’s mother, she should be making sure that the drugs are out of reach from her young, but allowed the child to grab the drugs, and, stuffed it into her mouth, causing her daughter to die of overdose, and it’d confirmed that the death was, manslaughter.

The Collectivist Courts used the forensic sample from the child’s hair, which showed that she’d been ingesting heroin, amphetamine, and other controlled substances within six months, and found, that way before Hsiao started moving in to the residence, she’d been ingesting the substances, found Hsiao not guilty of negligence.

But, who should be held responsible for this young kid’s death?  The mother, for sure, and this man too, because the child had accidentally ingested the heroin under his care, and yet, only the mother was charged.

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An Accidental Father

A conversation with one’s own young, on the duties, obligations, responsibilities of parents, from a legal angle here, translated…

“Mommy, what are you reading?”, my younger child came toward my desk, saw that blue-covered, yellowed pages, diary in my hand.

“This was your grandfather’s diary.”  I’d held back my tears, put it up in silence.

“When I was young, grandpa always told me, I’ll take you to Carrefour, RT Mart, bought me all those treats!”, my daughter got nostalgic.

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Yeah!  Mommy’s busy working, grandpa and grandma came to mommy’s rescue every time, and I’d needed them to come watch you and your older brother often.

“I loved going to the toy store with papa!”, my older son told, “I saw a limited edition Gundam that’s very expensive, papa didn’t have that much money, but I’d told papa that by tomorrow, it’ll be, gone!  And on that very night, papa went and bought it!”  my son has the potential as a scam artist, and I’m sure, that my father was, more than glad to get, cheated too.

“I don’t think I remember my inside grandpa and grandma at all!”, my younger daughter stated.

“what inside grandpa and grandma?  Your paternal grandparents, my parents!”, her father laughed and straightened her out.

Because they got too old, and, God called them up earlier to be fairies, you were still, too young.

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So as mommy read through papa’s diary, she got sad.  Especially how today is Father’s Day, I really hope that I can have that meal with my father, to watch T.V. together, to have this, ordinary sort of a bliss again.

My younger daughter hesitated a bit, ran to get a cup of tea, and, served it with great respect to her father.

And her father flipped through the papers, and let out a cool sort of “hmmmmmmmm!”, and I saw that smile, curling up his lips, he was now, gloating!

“there’s only one dad, you must, cherish him!”, my son is now, sucking up too, with a fan, fanning to cool his dad down, maybe, he’d not done well on an exam, and needed to put out his father’s fire before he’d shown the papers for him to sign.

There’s, that mix and match of emotions that’s between parents and children, sometimes, what happened was, more dramatic that the soap, more imaginative than those novels.

Remembered how we’d all gone to see that Japanese film, “My Accidental Father”?  the gynecology nurse envied someone else’s happiness, switched the two newborn infants up.  Six years later, the truth came out, how were these two families supposed to, cope with, this huge accident in their lives?

The two fathers, one was an elite excellent architect; the other, an electrician, who’s, easy going in nature.  Which one would best fit the children to be raised in?

“What if, this actually happened?”, my younger daughter became worried.

The way the movie worked out, it’s, gentle and understanding.  But in reality, the parent-child relationships, were based, off of the laws.  There are the adopted children and the blood-related children in the facets of the law.

“Children should follow the filial piety duties toward their parents.  As Civil Law 1084 stated.”  Dad recited it aloud.

“Second, parents should protect and educate the underage minors”, mommy added.

You want to match memories?  You’d forgotten to hold my hands first time we went out on a date, as we crossed that intersection; on our second date, you’d dozed off, started snoring; and, by the third date………………(deleted millions of characters here!)

Dad who was on his tea started choking on it, started coughing hard, and, escaped into the bathrooms.

“Mommy, there’s a sixteen-year-old daughter who’d sued her father, because he wouldn’t buy her a cell phone”, my older son thumbed through the online news.

“there are the fathers who’d sued their young for parental support, but the judge said the children didn’t need to pay it!”, my younger daughter discovered something as well.

Ahh, the stories mom heard and saw in court, last longer than the Arabian Nights!

There was a middle aged man who got in court and started crying on the stand, it’d made mommy want to lose it too.

“Mommy don’t cry”, my older son handed a tissue to me, “I thought only daddy can get you worked up, can’t imagine someone else had too!”, came my husband’s coughing from the bathroom again!

“what had happened?”, my children both got curious.

That middle aged man’s father left the family when he was a young child, it was his mother who’d raised him all on her own, him and his two other siblings, with only enough money for a rental stay, they kept switching in and out of their residences, forgot to go to the land offices to change their addresses.  The three siblings took out the student loans, and worked part-time, get themselves through school, and finally, this middle aged man had his own family, started raising his own young, finally, he was able to give his mother a good life.

But, the middle aged man’s father suddenly returned, Social Services notified this man to go and claim his own father’s dead body.

“What?”, my daughter covered up her ears, couldn’t dare hear the rest of the story.

His father who’d only shown up as a registered name on his national identification card, finished his final passage of life in a nursing home.  Before this, the Social Services sent multiple notices to his registered address, to let them know that they needed to pay for the owed fees of having his father placed, but they’d, already moved out, and through the searches, the Social Services finally found the three brothers and sister.  Based off of the law, there’s the obligation for care, so the nursing home demanded that they pay for the money for their father’s care.

“But this dad had never been responsible at all toward his own young!”, my older son became confused.

During the time when their father went missing, the family didn’t know to report him missing, while their mother never filed for divorce either, let alone the children never knew they could file a petition to “relieve themselves of caretaking duties toward their father”.

“If the fathers didn’t care for their children when they were young, then he can’t ask them to take care of him when he’s old, is that what this means?”, my son inquired.

“Hmmm, it’s called ‘Without just cause not providing for one’s own children’, Civil Law 1118 section 1.”  Dad finally showed up, replied, “every unfortunate family has a different bad story.”  From before, the former generations said raising the children so they don’t need to worry about their old age, and now it’s, taking of the elderly years, watching out for the young.

“So, do we save the allowance you give us and pay you back when you’re older?”, my daughter asked.

Nope!  Child.  It’s the parents’ responsibilities, AND obligations to raise their young, same for how the children treat their own parents.  This is not a sales or a trade-off, it’s not quid-pro-quo, tit-for-tat, nor trading the younger years, for that permanent meal ticket in old age.

But, we must admit, that in this world, there are, the unfitting parents, also, the bad children too.  If this middle aged man’s father was found of not providing for his children when they were younger in evidence, the law must agree too, at this time, forcing the children to act kind, wouldn’t be just, or right.

“But this sort of cases are post-date.  Meaning, that you must file a formal lawsuit with the courts, and after you’d won the case, then, you will be alleviated from paying for the care.”, dad got serious, answering the inquiries now.

So, the debts accumulated by this middle aged man before he died, for his care, the country believed that it’s paying for him temporarily, that in the end, this middle-aged man will pay for.

“But, what if you don’t have children?”, my younger daughter voiced her worries, she’d not planned to get married, or have any kids.

It’s, the million dollar question of elderly caretaking, and national social security, how the policies should be, set up all right!

Should the only reason for what constitutes as parents and children based only off of blood?  And, the social security, is it an act of kindness, or a responsibilities for all of us, citizens to carry?

“Mom, stop worrying, you’ll get more wrinkles!”, my older son reminded me kindly.

It’d hit dad suddenly, he’d suggested, “Today’s Father’s Day, let’s go offer incense to both your grandfathers, and tell them we’re all very happy together.”

And then?

“Let’s have a gourmet meal, to thank me, as a responsible dad, of course!!!”, dad said, with that, affirmative tone of voice.

And so, this, is a discussion that’s, sparked up by the kids, and the parents are more than willing, to help the children get more educated, with their separate areas of expertise, and through this conversation shared with their young, both the parents and the children benefitted.

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The Four-Year-Old Young Child Died, After Being Left Alone on the Roads, the District Attorney Asks for a Heavy Sentence for the Stepfather

Because the children were her and her ex’s, you have the right, to ABUSE them, is that it???  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The man, Chen from Changwha after marrying Hsieh, he was accused of physically disciplining the three young children Hsieh had with her ex, this March, he’d, picked up the two young boys, threw them onto the streets, of the two, the four-year-old young boy was picked up by him, and, thrown onto the pavements, the child died immediately after getting thrown onto the road.  After he’d committed murder, Chen turned himself in, yesterday, the district attorney’s prosecuted him on murder, and asked the judge to sentence him more heavily, based off of the laws protecting youth and children.

The indictment pointed out, the thirty-three year-old Chen married Hsieh this January, and lived with the three children Hsieh had with her ex, Hsu, and he’d used the excuses of how loud they were getting, how they weren’t eating their meals properly, and used his legs, to “sweep” the four, five, six year old young children, after they fell to the ground, he’d told them to get back up, and continued punishing them to stand against the walls or kneeled down.

At the start of March this year, Chen and Hsieh were talking using LINE, he’d heard the six-year-old young child, Hsu getting fussy on the back, and as he’d arrived home, he’d, beaten the child up, and, grabbed the child, and threw him into the pile of items in the kitchen, causing the child to have multiple injuries.  On March 14th, Chen felt the kids were, getting too loud, he’d, punished them to stand against the wall, then, swept them all down one by one, with his leg, then, called them to stand back up to continue punish them to stand, the youngest child, the four-year-old Hsieh (carried the mother’s last name) told him that he felt “dizzy and didn’t want to stand,” and wanted mommy, Chen lifted his right left, swept the child off to the ground, the child’s head hit the ground, and was punished to kneel until the nighttime.

On that same night, the young child, Hsieh started vomiting, and at 3:30 in the morning on the fifteenth, he’d waken up, and vomited again, Chen asked him how many times he was going to do it, there was no reply, the child was dragged out of bed by Chen, and kicked and punched.  Hsieh got up, to protect her own young, and was ready to take the kids out on her scooter for some snacks, and as Chen asked Hsieh the young boy, “Are you really hungry now?”, and because the young child didn’t answer, he was picked up, and thrown outside onto the pavements, the child died immediately.

Chen started performing CPR on the boy, and, eighteen hours later, he’d, turned himself in to the police, but the district attorneys believed he’d intended to murder the child, asked the courts to have him in custody, and the district attorneys charged him on murder, and laws against children and adolescents.

And so, this is still all, after-the-fact, and, it’s already, too late, because???  Oh yeah, ANOTHER (and no, still NOT the last of this, “dying breed” here!) kid dies, from the abuse, because this loser took his anger out on his own girlfriend’s children, which don’t have his blood, and because these children aren’t related to him by blood, I guess he felt okay, that he could, beat the CRAP out of them, and this time, this young boy died in the process…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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