Daughter Got Killed, Father Failed to Protect Her

A daughter should be alive at this moment if his father able to protect her. This is what happened. There was someone calling from the outside of their house. The father checked it out and the person told the father that she is a friend of their daughter. She let her inside the house and called her daughter in her room. When the daughter went down from her room, she told her father that she didn’t know the other person but it was too late. While the father was busy cooking in the kitchen, her daughter got stabbed by this stranger and was killed immediately. When the father went out from the kitchen, he saw her daughter lying in her own blood and the stranger escaped from their house. He was in shock.

I cannot move on from this story. This is one of the isolated cases that happened in our place. It happened way back, I cannot be exact with the year. I felt frustrated after learning the news because the father should have protected his daughter if he did not trust some stranger. It is not because a stranger says he or she is a friend of your child, it means it is true. Let your child confirm it first and never ever let a stranger get inside your house. This father should ask her daughter first if she knows the other person looking for her and let that stranger be outside their house. Second, since his daughter is a minor, he should be there while they were talking after his daughter confirm they know each other. He should not allow them talking in private. He should not let his daughter alone with the stranger.That stranger is surely a stranger to him even if his daughter confirm if he or she is a friend. He should not allow it.

I am sharing this because I want this post to be an eye opener to a lot of parents out there to become stricter to their children and to not easily trust someone to be with their children.


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What if your Parents are Not Proud of You?

Are there parents who are not proud of their children? I guess the answer is yes and I find it ridiculous. Part of being a parent is having unconditional love. Even if people turn down your child, parents are the first people who lift them up and every parent should know this, every parent are doing this. Even if your child is the ugliest as bashers say, you will be the one that proves them wrong, not join them in bashing your child.

I learned this story about someone. It was just a story that I overheard. I find it very serious disheartening if that is true, but I have this feeling that it is true as the person who was sharing the story could not believe that there are parents, parents means father and mother, are not proud of their child. Imagine, this child’s genes came from the parents. The child did not decide if he or she wants to be born. The child was born because the parents produced it. How could the parents failed to make a child be comfortable with himself/herself when it is their job to make their child be the most special child in the world.

From what I heard, this young child, not sure if girl or boy have been bullied at school for being lame. The child told his or her parents what happened. The parents don’t mind it until the time that they were called to the Principal’s office as their child pushed someone in the stairs. He or she was under detention. Of course, the child’s parents apologize to the parent’s of the other child, and to the child too. Then they even added that they feel sorry for their child as he or she is useless for being lame and weak. They really hate their child because of that and they wished they had someone better than him or her. The lady that was sharing the story was the advisor of that child and she was shocked. She talked to the parents of that child and advised them to be supportive of their child but they seem not to listen because they do know what to do with their child as it is their child.

I don’t want to make this long. If you will ask meif they can describe how lame and weak their child is, aren’t they describing themselves as that child came from them?


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