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Children only go missing when parents are careless.

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Post by vinhtruong » Wed Dec 05, 2007 10:36 am

In my opinion, children never go missing if they are in under their parents' care. With parents' care, they can realize what is the right way to to go. In addition, when parents see any evident of going missing, they can hinder this action. Therefore it's so difficult to going missing when the children receive a lot of care from their parents.

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Re: Children only go missing when parents are careless.

Post by Stanley » Wed Jan 30, 2008 11:29 am

Parents really cannot be in control 100% of the time. It only takes a couple of seconds for a child to be lost in a crowd, or worse to be abducted. Does this call for more use of reins, harnesses, or the child being strapped in a pushchair, depending on age and to what age?

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Post by sweethuman » Tue Jun 07, 2011 11:42 am

Yes, Children go missing when parents are careless, (Agreed)
The first school and learning place for a baby is the mother's hug and the family environment. If you give them good upbringing and teach them better ways how to live, definitely they can easily handle the remaining life by themselves.

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Parents should be responsible for their children

Post by hellofriend » Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:59 pm

At the first, I believe that, it's the parents mistake. In some place there has lot of people, the parents should hold child's hand all the time. If you don't, and get the child lost, that is your mistake. This is your child, not others. So take the responsible to them.

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Post by davidglines » Thu Jul 05, 2018 7:18 am

I don't agree. Sometimes, even the most careful parents (the doting ones) can face such situations, when kids are missing. According to the GlobalMissingKids statistics, each year the UK and Germany have 112,853 and 100,000 kids missing correspondingly. These are the biggest numbers in the world. Does that mean that German or British parents are more careless that others? While in Canada, only 45,288 are reported to be missing yearly.
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Re: Children only go missing when parents are careless.

Post by klimbo » Tue Feb 26, 2019 9:46 am

antony wrote:
Sat Nov 10, 2007 8:44 am
TalkingPoint wrote:Children only go missing when parents are careless.

What do YOU think?
It's very difficult to state why children go missing! Argument is very hard. Parents are careless or neverthless parents care children aren't able to talk with them about their problems or their fears (I'm not sure on the correctness of the expression "their fears"!) so it becomes very easy for children to make friends with bad people e to make wrong chooses.
they wont evr have comprehend whats the peoblem, discouraged so they're leaving. it troublesome if youngsters have make a wrong companions in their school or some spot

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Post by klimbo » Wed Feb 27, 2019 12:04 pm

sunshine81 wrote:
Thu Nov 29, 2007 8:46 am
I think it's partially true, that children go missing when parents are careless. In my opinion it's also possible that children go missing although their parents take care of them very much. You can never look into other peoples minds and such things do mostly happen in a way you would never have expected. It can happen while you are shopping with your kind, just turning around a second and your kid is missing. Children can be missing by runing away from home but also by being kidnapped. First thing is of course mostly in the parents hands. But second one, not really.
yes I think it's a parental responsibility

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