PLEASE,PLEASE,PLEASE,-I -BEG YOU-TO-KEEP-SHARING–THIS–WORLDWIDE–THE-TEARS-I-CRY-YOU-DO-NOT-SEE.——THE–TEARS–I-CRY–DEEP—INSIDE-OF-ME—THE-PAIN-WITHIN-WILL-NEVER-FADE–JUST-CONTINUE-TO-MY-GRAVE—-PLEASE–RETWEET–SHARE–EVERY–DAY–HELP–TO–STOP–THE–SUFFERING–OF–GOOD–DECENT–INNOCENT–PEOPLE–LIKE–CLARE.–THANK–YOU.
Clare tells her story, in her way. She is doing all she can against the odds to get her children back, despite the unfairness and often illegality she is faced with. All praise to her for trying her very best, and dredging up her own past, which she would rather leave behind, to tell her story to bring attention to her childrens fate.
When decisions are taken to take children into care, it is automatically assumed that the children will be looked after properly and better than with the parent. However the care of the state is often much worse than the parent. In any assessment this should be taken into account.
Formatting fault is mine and some of the parts overlap so a chronological order is often not kept. I have chosen the order of the sections…
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