Too Many Parents Intentionally Create Fundamental Failure For Their Children

Fundamental Failure
Having your physical, mental, and emotional needs
in a particular situation neglected or denied,
setting you up to fail despite your own efforts

When parents do not want their children, they neglect their children’s basic survival needs and actively abuse them. In the United States, so many parents do not want their children that children are dying every single day because their parents kill them. And more American parents kill their breathing children than parents from most other industrialized countries:

The United States has one of the worst records among
industrialized nations – losing on average between
four and seven children every day to child abuse and neglect.”

But the number of deaths by parents is probably low.

“Many researchers and practitioners believe that child fatalities due
to abuse and neglect are still underreported. One report on national
child abuse and neglect deaths in the United States estimates that
approximately 50 percent of deaths reported as “unintentional injury
deaths” are reclassified after further investigation by medical and
forensic experts as deaths due to maltreatment (Every Child Matters
Education Fund, 2012)”

For every child who dies at the hands of their parents, other children survive. We don’t know how many children survive the murder attempts. It is likely far higher than the number of children who die.

Every day, parents set the children they do not want up to fail at living. Children who manage to survive can experience failure as adults because their parents neglected and denied their needs. I have first hand experience with the failure survivors experience, because I survived my mother’s two attempts to kill me.

Parents denying their children’s physical, mental, and emotional needs
set their children up for a wide variety of failures
despite their own efforts

“Child Abuse Statistics & Facts”

“Child Abuse and Neglect Fatalities 2017: Statistics and Interventions”
Child Welfare Information Gateway

“Murder Secret Families”
Paula M. Kramer

“Was I A Loser?”
Paula M. Kramer

“When A Child Goes Missing”
September 14, 2007


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