Sometimes there's no way to help, most people think that help will come when the storm is over, but the danger is still there, and it takes a long time to help people. Most people don't understand that. then the get upset.View Thread
Not all the time, It matter how the people met. If the new stepparent came in when there parents were still married then no. It this person cared about the kids then they would never come between a family. You took one of the parents now you want to take the child. That's like twisting the knife. You din't get a free pass because you're married. Why should these kids trust you.View Thread
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