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Apr 29th 2011 12:24PM They must not have very nice clothing store over there. I don't like it at all.
Apr 16th 2011 5:27PM Get your act together! If you need help with your drinking, get it! Don't let your career go down the drain and lose your family too. Your son deserves better, don't you think?
Who am I....I am a former foster mom who dealt with this type of behavior often. Get Help!!
Jan 10th 2008 8:10AM I beleive that Dr. Phil honestly went to help this poor girl. It is wrong of people to sit there and judge him for the right motives he had. No one else was there helping and he said that family had contacted him several times before these incidents. This family sounds very ungrateful.
I do hope Britney seeks help on her own or she very easily could be dead before long with the lifestyle she is choosing for herself.
Nov 4th 2007 8:23AM I was 21, 23, and 24 when I gave birth to our children, although the second child was born stillborn....the worse day in my life. We went on to adopt two bio. brothers who had been in foster care wiith us when I was 29. We continued foster ing through the years and at the age of 57 we now have a new daughter who will turn 4 this month. She is asthmatic so we deal with physical problems at times because of her mother's drug abuse when in she was pregnant. It is never too late to give love to a child. We may not have her a long time, but life is never a guarantee for anyone. We are blessing her life with the things she needs to know and grow into a healthy, Christian young person and we have a large family to carry on our love to and for her. There are too many children in the world who have no one to call their own. We weighed our decision very carefully and prayed about her life the 2 and 1/2 years she was in our care. She only knew us as her family. It is never too early or too late to have children if you are willing to give them what they need throughout their lives.
Oct 31st 2007 4:14PM The blame should lay on the acts of the young adult not the parents. Aren't both of these boys over the age of 17? Why blame the coach and his wife? Those who do the crime, do the time. It was the choice of the boys and it's time they owned up to what they did. It would be a better world if all people took blame for what they do and not blame it on someone else.
Oct 31st 2007 4:11PM Aren't these adult children over the age of 17? Why would you be putting all the blame on this coach and his wife? Children have choices to make, and his sons didn't make the right choices. Put the blame where the blame lies........on the sons. If more people would stand up and take blame for the wrong THEY commit, it sure would be a better world.
Oct 31st 2007 4:02PM Why would you people blame a parent for the act of an adult son? After the age of 17 or 18 you are not a child any longer and you make your own choices in life. Quit blaming parents for the acts of their children. It's not always their fault. I admit there are loser parents but to me this man doesn't have to be the blame. I bet the people making all the snide, cruel remarks don't even have children. Your time will come people.
Oct 24th 2007 10:25AM It is dark that I couldn't see anything.
Besides all of that, what is so great about showing everytime someone falls down?? Can't a movie star do anything without someone being there to film every little thing.
Feb 24th 2007 7:09AM What was our country built on....Christianity, Jesus Christ. Anything other then this is just plain wrong. Read your history books people. Men and women died to keep our country a Christian nation.
Wake up people...the day is dawning. You will have to give an answer for all you do and say one day. I promise you this. Actually it's not my promise, but God's.