What The Hell Is Wrong With Moms These Days....

Discussion in 'Pure Bull' started by Desera_xoxo, Apr 11, 2015.

  1. Desera_xoxo

    Desera_xoxo Member

    Every other day its another mother killing her kids...This is why I don't watch the news
     
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  2. Lolli

    Lolli groovie hippie mama

    i-kmow-what-u-meam-i-do't-watch-the-news-either
     
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  3. Irminsul

    Irminsul Valkyrie

    I don't watch the news because I find it boring.
     
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  4. newbie-one

    newbie-one one with the newbiverse

    we live in a fucked up society, and in a fucked up world.

    plus the media loves that shit. all the crazy fucked up shit gets the most ratings
     
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  5. rollingalong

    rollingalong young at heart Lifetime Supporter HipForums Supporter

    bombs kill more kids than moms
     
  6. Desera_xoxo

    Desera_xoxo Member

    Thats a valid point. But im talking about moms that kill there kids
     
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  7. Desera_xoxo

    Desera_xoxo Member

    I agree 100%
     
  8. Pieceofmyheart

    Pieceofmyheart Grumpy old bitch HipForums Supporter

    Birth control. People do not use it...don't seem to care, or they think they won't get pregnant.
     
  9. What about moms that kill their kids with bombs?
     
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  10. Meliai

    Meliai Senior Member

    I dont think shit like that should be on the news. There's no reason for anyone to know about such things except for the family involved.

    also, as someone still dealing with post partum ocd 2 and a half years after the fact, I think its irresponsible journalism to report stories like this for the sake of ratings instead of trying to shed a light on post partum mental illness and encourage women to seek mental health treatment after birth.
     
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  11. Desera_xoxo

    Desera_xoxo Member

    I understand post partum as ive been there as well. What I dont understand is why these women are killing there kids the way they do. Okay youre depressed and suffering but setting your kid on fire or stabbing not one but three of your kids to death. Wtf is that about? Thats what throws me through a loop.
     
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  12. QueerPoet

    QueerPoet Senior Member

    These days? Hell, my mom attempted to assault my 14 year old sister with an axe. And that was at least 40 years ago. It never made the papers or TV. It's just that now everything goes viral on the internet 5 minutes after it happens. It didn't used to be that way. So I blame the media/internet - violence is our daily diet.
     
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  13. I think that's bullshit

    You in the US, you got around two to three thousand kids a year that die of abuse, about a third of that just from neglect, the vast majority don't make it to the news

    People don't give enough of a shit about it

    How would sweeping it under the carpet make things better?
     
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  14. Meliai

    Meliai Senior Member

    I dont understand it either, but I also don't think its a new phenomenon. We just hear about I more often. In the 90s a woman from my state named Susan Smith drowned her kids in a lake and it was on the news for months. Even years after it happened the tabloids were reporting on her lesbian relationships in prison. I think that's when the media realized what a gold mine child abuse and murder can be.
    I would agree with you if I thought reporting it in the news was productive in any way, if it led to more funding for social services, more funding for planned parenthood and mental health services for new mothers, etc etc. But most people read stories like this just think about how sad it is for a few minutes and move on.
     
  15. Dude111

    Dude111 An Awesome Dude

    Its good you dont........ I feel alot of what we see on MSM news isnt real anyway!!
     
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  16. scratcho

    scratcho Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

    Axiomatic=if it bleeds, it leads.
     
  17. rollingalong

    rollingalong young at heart Lifetime Supporter HipForums Supporter

    maybe some ''mothers'' aren't ready for how incredibly hard it is to tough-out a cryathon or to constantly breastfeed.....maybe some moms cant handle their fucked up husbands not wanting to fuck that sagging body still recuperating from the physicality of childbirth


    and maybe the lack of education on just how incredibly hard it is to raise kids or even just ;;how to raise kids'' is to blame.........we have all seen or know single moms and struggling moms that just cant get it together as far as motherhood...maybe your baby would stop crying if you knew how to care for it and maybe you shouldn't have married such an asshole


    many possibilities on why moms kill their kids


    in the end we all kow it is wrong to hurt a child....lock up those moms and throw away the key
     
  18. newbie-one

    newbie-one one with the newbiverse

    These are good reasons to give up a kid for adoption. It's also the sort of thing that you should be ready to hack if you've decided to become a parent.

    Yes, being a mom is hard, but these are not excuses to abuse, and especially kill, a child.

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  19. Orison

    Orison my dog is full of stars Staff Member Super Moderator

    hamsters.
     
  20. A big Fat Yes.

    And maybe they shouldn't have married said arsehole, they knew from the start they were NEVER going to be attracted to ON PURPOSE because he was a lot easier to whip

    Half the real reason for marital and these kind of problems
     

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