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Maine Parental Discipline Laws

With social norms changing by the day, are parents in Maine still allowed to discipline their children with physical force?

Under Maine law, the answer is yes, as long as it’s a “reasonable degree of force.” 342 more words

Maine Law

Of doctors and death

In the latest twist in the case of Charlie Gard it seems that yet again his parents have been thwarted in their attempts to take him to the… 890 more words

Charlie Gard and family granted US citizenship

Thank you, America, for giving this child and his family a chance to get out of the clutches of Great Ormond Street Hospital and the courts that wish to prevent his further treatment. 175 more words

Charlie Gard and this age of medicine: "Do Harm"

Charlie Gard and the Age of “Do Harm” Medicine

An interview with Wesley J. Smith of the Discovery Institute’s Center on Human Exceptionalism.

I call a “bioethical aggression,” By which I mean that the value beliefs of mainstream Bioethics and the medical intelligentsia are being imposed on people who have a more traditional sanctity of life value system.

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Political

Looking for Stories of Parents Affected by Parental Alienation...

In my continuing battle to fight parental alienation and promote social change I have started writing an evidence based article. This currently has the working title of ‘ 244 more words

Parental Alienation

Cafcass Asked Me If I Had Any Ideas. Here Is My 16 Page Response!

Over the last month I have been relentlessly hassling Cafcass (The Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service) in an attempt to get them to safeguard my children from their mother’s ongoing emotional abuse. 3,956 more words

Battling Parental Alienation

An Insight into the Life of an Alienated Parent

Life as an alienated parent is incredibly difficult to describe. Many alienated parents describe it as grieving for children that are still alive. I have also heard it described as a constant emotional pain, a constant sadness that never goes away. 1,017 more words

Battling Parental Alienation