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...Put it this way, if a child was being mentally or physically abuse and had parents the parents would fight for their child. But when there is a fatherless child the mother is scared half to death from men and other people that if she stands up she will be hurt. So there isn't anyone standing up for the boy with no father except himself, therefore getting in trouble and the people abusing him denying everything. Its a crazy world out there but I have spoken to other people that grew up like me from the east coast, mid west, and east coast and all of us have the same things to say.
...I have learned a lot and see our society in a new way. We need to help one another and not beat each other down but that's what we have done to each other in the past and all is learned behavior. Just like bullies and racists. I know that small people will always want another person beat down mentally or physically if they are doing good. I understand that our society has problems and people label and judge people before even getting to know them. I don't think we should look at the boys acting out but the other people in our communities a little harder. If a young boy is acting out one can always trace it back to moms and dads in the community placing labels and judging that child while not helping..
I grew up without a father and never understood why I was treated the way I was. Being called mean names, not being able to join certain after school programs, always being made an example of, having to fight (one time a boys father made us fight because I did better than his son in football), learning that the only people that stood up for me where other boys my age who were in the same position. It wasn't that any of us were bad but we all were lost and confided in each other. I wouldn't understand why I would get yelled at all the time and would get in trouble for standing up for myself. I had a gun pulled on me when I was 14 by my manager after work one night and I was told "to get back to work you ******".
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