It is common knowledge that having a child is a huge responsibility, because not only are you responsible for their well-being but also their actions.
Good parents would try to figure out ways to teach their children about their actions, whereas bad parents, well, here’s what happens.
As according to Kompas, an eight-year-old girl was dumped at a petrol station in Kabupaten Pelalawan, Indonesia, as she had apparently been causing a lot of problems.
Her mother also left her a note.
The note read, “Child, forgive me. I am forced to leave you on the street as I’m no longer willing to see you suffer or tortured because of your mischief, every day you are causing problems. Forgive me, child. Take care of yourself well.”
Based on police observation, the little girl has traces of wounds that imply she could be a victim of abuse.
The Indonesian police are currently in search of the girl’s parents, to get to the bottom of this abandonment and abuse case.
Children have always shown mischief and naughtiness as signs of curiosity that should be satiated with education and games. What the girl’s mother did should not be condoned.
We genuinely hope that they find her parents and that she finds a home that will love her unconditionally.
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