Help stop forced ADOPTION of my 11 month old twins after Father dumped me.
26 June 2018 at 8:12 pm #12717
I am a single parent after giving birth to boy&girl twins last September 11 2017. I encountered a huge amount of problems in my admission to give birth as I questioned some of the proposed medications & the side effects & I was accused of risking their lives & due to past issues talking many years before I was sectioned then I was sent to a mother & baby unit but time & again with this label that had been assigned & various accusations of things that were twisted out of proportion due to my holistic independent approach to life. I ended up in court fighting separation which led to the judge favouring ADOPTION3 months after their birth before my scars had even healed & the rejection of their Dad. I just wanted to be left alone. Eventually I cut all contact with Dad but not before I found out I was expecting again I have more then enough love to give with the right support! The judge is saying no appeal allowed as I am classed as unwell.
This is not true and other then post natel depression from which I recovered from, I am on no meds.
Gingerbread if you can help to stop this forced adoption as time is running out I will be eternally grateful & join you in helping other parents.🤗8 July 2018 at 9:53 pm #13119
Jewel16uk, I’m sorry you haven’t had any replies to your thread yet.
I’m not an expert in this area, but I do have some experience. Drop me a note if you wish to have a chat, I may have an idea or two for you.8 July 2018 at 10:03 pm #13120
Good evening, thanks for your reply? What ideas did you have and what is your purpose for using Gingerbread as your profile doesnt give away much if anything?8 July 2018 at 10:27 pm #13122
Ah, the profile. Only just joined (recently became a single parent). Let me go fill that profile in!
With respect the help, am happy to disclose more by private message.20 July 2018 at 2:24 am #13627
When people reply in it it stops others being helped with the same issue😞20 July 2018 at 2:25 am #13628
When people reply in inbox it stops others being helped with the same issue😞20 July 2018 at 9:29 am #13631
You are absolutely correct. However, in some instances that’s the price to be paid.
I have experience taking on “the system” in situations like this, and winning. More than once. Before I know whether I can help here I would need to know a bit more about the OP’s case … and the OP would be well advised to not answer those questions in public.
Further, it would pay for her to be cautious and verify my identity and past success(es) before disclosing even innocuous information that doesn’t give away her identity, location etc. I am not willing to stick my personal information and past case history in a public thread but would be willing to disclose it in private.
In any case, it’s all moot as Jewel16UK has not taken up my offer. I would recommend though that she (or an admin) remove the information in the OP disclosing her twins’ DOB. That’s too much information. There were only circa 30 sets of twins born in the UK on that date out of which the OP’s twins are (probably) the only ones in adoption.
But it is entirely possible that the OP is savvy enough to have used a red herring date above! 😉20 July 2018 at 9:37 am #13632
Hi, I have just seen this I will follow your advice, of course want the help. It’s hard to know who to trust. Ivan about to visit abroad for a few days but I can talk via email. 🤗🤗🤗20 July 2018 at 8:09 pm #13646
Can i ask why have you put your children date of birth on here?21 July 2018 at 1:04 pm #13668
Sherima, I don’t mean to answer for her, but I read it as a simple mistake. However, there’s something else that, too, needs to be amended in the original post, something which potentially puts her at risk. If she or an admin contact me in private I can disclose some more.