To Parents, let your children go at age of 18-21 years old.

To parents, both deadbeats and extremely caring Parents, let your children go at the ages of 18-21 years old, don’t let them live with you in a extreme miserable state and severe Depression and whatever you do, don’t let them live with dependant siblings who will bring them down and make things much badder. If they runaway at the age of 18 years old. Than let them runaway, let them look forward to looking after themselves, so that you don’t have to look after them, let the police pick them up A thousand km away and put them in Juvenile detention, so that they will be taken care of by Corrections officials, because they might be safer in Juvie than with you or their adult siblings. Let your children go far away from you at the ages of 18-21 years old.

Jun 14, 2020

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