Parental Rights Versus Children’s Rights

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Parental rights…
is what many cry out!
But children’s rights…
is what this is about.
For Children have rights…
but many are emotionally abused…
by their own parents…
who should love and not misuse.
For negative word after word…
with anger and bitterness shown…
is what’s hidden behind doors…
and these children have known.
Then these parents demand rights…
when the other takes a stand…
as these children become broken…
by abusive parent’s words and hand.
But we need to realize the truth…
parental alienation is not always done.
But many abusive parents claim it…
when legal proceedings are begun.
For there’s a point we reach…
that it becomes time to fight…
for our children are being abused…
and the legal system’s not always right.
For in an effort of the courts…
to give equal time to mom and dad…
many children suffer abuses…
with results of turmoil so sad.
So pray that these courts…
will recognize the children’s rights…
and that God will expose the Truth…
with darkness brought to the Light.
For emotional abuse to children…
may not leave visible bruises…
but these children are so broken…
by their own parent’s abuses.
And though hidden behind doors…
and children too scared to speak…
let’s pray that justice will be served…
and children’s rights will be peaked.
For children’s rights should take precedence
over the rights of an abusive parent.
So I pray that it will be exposed…
and the abusive one will be apparent.
With supervised visitation to be ordered…
so these children will not be abused…
for when someone is watching an abuser…
their abusive tactics will not be used.

© Secret Angel and The Abuse Expose’ with Secret Angel, 2017.

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15 thoughts on “Parental Rights Versus Children’s Rights

  1. Pingback: Parental Rights Versus Children’s Rights | justiceforkevinandjenveybaylis

  2. Poor children…they are abused in so many ways. they are abused in a troubled marriage. Then their parents divorce and share custody and still mistreat their children when they have them. Many times the children have no real voice in either situation…

    Steve

    • Good question. Too many have stayed silent for years but it’s time to stand up for the abused… and that includes verbal, emotional, etc… not just physical.

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