Mr Chairman, Excellencies, distinguished delegates, ladies and gentlemen: I have the honor to convey the warm greetings and good wishes of His Majesty King Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck, the government, and the people of Bhutan to this august gathering and to the friendly people of Nepal.
Can you trust this person? They believe they are helping children. They do not want to help parents because parents are the adversary. When they go to court, the parents are on the other side of the courtroom.
That social worker is not there to help you. It is what her supervisor requires of her.
As the front-line person, your Child Protective Services social worker may put on a good show of being friendly. If you trust her you play into her hands.
These people are trained to be manipulative. They will treat you with friendly consideration until they get what they want. You are their enemy, the person they intend to take down, slander, and destroy in court.
At that point all they want is for the judge to side with them and rule against you. Can you trust that person to be honest to you?
They have a huge advantage over you in court. They know the players, the procedures, and the possibilities. You, on the other hand, probably know nothing about being in court. As a young parent, you may never have been in court before, ever. They are not working on this alone. Their supervisors review every case and they call the shots.
You place blame on the social worker who is just trying to earn a paycheck when it is a supervisor who made the decision to detain the children. Most of us started out believing that the Child Protective Service social worker was there to help, then wondered why the nice helpful lady turned rude and deceitful after a few weeks.
We all believe that social workers are nice helpful people. It is hard to have this preconceived idea smashed when reality sets in. Imagine what it is like to be a social worker in the CPS setting.
You start out as a college student in a social services program wanting to help people. You get a job helping abused children, and feel like a million bucks because you got hired.
You learn that your job involves taking orders from supervisors and making parents scream, cry, and yell. You still have to work at that job because like everyone, you have bills to pay, and someone has to be there to help abused children, right?
It would be too painful for you. You become jaded, not even caring that parents are screaming, crying and yelling.
Maybe you even laugh at them behind their backs. Eventually turning on them and being rude to them is just part of the job. You have lost your humanity and compassion, and you still just want to pay your bills. That is our adversary. She will try everything she can, even lying in court papers, to get your child taken away from you.
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