“Creating Monsters” Wild Bill for America

Impeach Obama! Liars, Cheaters and Thieves all!

Impeach Obama! Liars, Cheaters and Thieves all!

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Published on Jan 7, 2013

Psychobabble and drugs are a poor substitute for good parenting.

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5 Responses to “Creating Monsters” Wild Bill for America

  1. Islam is like that “Bad Kid” and what Bill says is exactly what The World Should Do About Islam !
    And in his description of the Bad Kid they are similitude on how Islam react toward us !
    Thanks Bob A
    God Bless America …The Parental Guidance That Was Once…

  2. upaces88 says:

    I did an internship at a shelter for battered women. Some of them escaped with their children. I will never forget Jerome. He was 10 yrs old little black boy with a very small frame.

    WE had been trained how to “safely” restrain a child who was “throwing a fit.” He was out of control. I pulled him to the ground with me and wrapped my arms and legs around him. No matter how loud he screamed, I talked very quietly in his little ear hugging him close to my body.

    This is the deeply sad part. That child noticed that when he quietened down, MY “hug” would loosen. He began all over again “throwing the FIT.” I finally caught on to what was going on and began to talk to him quietly in his ear.

    After about 30 minutes, this is the information he gave to me. His mother never sat and just held him and talked softly (told me tearfully). He asked if I could teach her. I, honestly, don’t know if the next information was correct or not. I do know that what the “normal” therapist would say. NEVER HIT. NEVER be a bully, etc.

    At this point, I hoped so much for a male counselor. Males are raised differently from females (at least in my age group) This tiny frame child lived in the roughest part of Dallas in the black community. Total “non-violence” in that neighborhood would have gotten hiim killed. I couldn’t tell him “fighting was 100% wrong.” I sat with him and we talked about the “right” time to fight and the right time to walk away. This child became “my teacher” at this point.

    He was there for another week and waited at the door for me to get there to “come to sit in my lap and get is long loving hug.” I have tears in my eyes right now thinking of Jerome. I hope he is still alive. And, I hope my advice of first trying to “talk things out” worked at all in that neighborhood. (I doubt it did). He taught me so much. I DID understand that there IS a time for violence when an entire community believes that is the way to settle issues.

    Side Bar on this subject: Had I told him VIOLENCE IS WRONG…he would have been killed at an early age. I’ve often wondered about him.

  3. upaces88 says:

    Good Lord! Some Therapists are fuckin’ nuts! I know that for a fact!
    He is absolutely right! The Mother and Therapist GAVE that child :PERMISSION” and encouragement by their own passive behavior(s) to be that Monster!

    • boudicabpi says:

      My son (Down Syndrome) after his mom passed on at times felt down. His program mentioned maybe a grievance counselor. He has a girl he talks to. Think I emailed a photo. His psychiatrist said she is doing more for him than any professional help that is available. They just talk for a minute or so and he is fine. She was very close to her dad and lost him a few months before. All this therapy stuff is not what it’s cracked up to be.

      • upaces88 says:

        Therapists start out really believing they can HEAL. After about a year to 2 yrs., they discover NO ONE CAN HEAL ANYONE. The ones who are sincere and want to help, burn out. They realize that they can help as long as the child (or adult) is with them. Once they are back out in the real world and have to implement what they have learned…it is just so damn hard that they give up! To be successful, the entire family would need “individual” counseling AND “family” counseling and for the most part, THAT IS NOT GOING TO HAPPEN; OR, the counselor has no “real” life experience and absorbs theory from the books. These are PEOPLE who are hurt and sometimes broken themselves.

        Think about it. The ENTIRE family would have to learn to think, and act a totally different way than what was “normal” to them. For changes to happen, it is just easier to continue being broken vs. healing yourselves of the issues that cause the damage.

        I am really summarizing this and having to leave out a great deal. There are just too many stories to go into. My daughter was right. I’d have never made it as a counselor. The first time Mrs. PTA Mother Of the Year came in for counseling to talk to someone about her stress. You know, getting little Bobby to baseball practice and picking up Suzie after her dance lessons…then on and on and how fuckin’ stressed she is…. More than likely one of two things would have happened:
        I would have kicked her out of the office to be there for REAL PEOPLE WITH REAL PROBLEMS;
        or; I, myself would have walked out telling her to “get a REAL life!.” As my daughter predicted, I would have gone broke as a counselor.

        There are children out there who REALLY NEED HELP; and their parents need guidance in dealing with their children. Those ARE the parents ARE THERE FOR THEIR CHILDREN AND MUST have God’s favor to have been given such a precious gift.

        The Bottom line is that No One Can Heal Anyone…you offer tools so that others can heal themselves IF THEY WANT TO and the DRIVE TO. “IF” the pain within is bad enough, they will, hopefully, find a good counselor vs. drugs, alcohol and all of the other self abuse.

        Once having the tools the work with…it is DAMN HARD! More than likely, friends are pushed away because the friends made when someone was walking around in life “sick”…will be the first to go because the individual is “different now”. Then having to deal with the New Loneliness and find others who are emotionally and spiritually healthy IS very difficult…AND, few and far between.

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