You ever wonder how often Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is parents doing away with children who have serious lifelong ailments?
- thewonderfullurkerofoz said: It’s easy to kill a child so it’s possible.
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- rassafraggin said: As a parent having twice gone through a period of morbid fear of SIDS… nope. Maybe it takes a not-parent to come up with these wonderings?
- gippid said: I’m sure it happens more often than people care to think.
- prince-ichi said: I’d be seriously interested in reading about that. My boyfriend’s cousin had his wife leave him after their son was born, he has severe cerebral palsy, and she couldn’t handle taking care of him. (He’s 14 now, and is 100% dependent)
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- remarried said: I do now! what a thought …
- alexdotexe said: no because i’ve always assumed that unidentified diseases were the cause of death and that syndrome is just a fancy term for “we failed to identify the structural, bacterial or viral reason for many deaths of children”
- artgantuan said: Yeah, they never say how many have brain damage, or would be under the purview of ‘Special Needs.’
- elzee3 said: Well, now I am.
- warchiefeny said: … Well I am now.
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