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Predator Stress-The Devil is Busy!!!

Sunday, May 20, 2012

A predator approached my sixteen year old daughter the other day at the bus stop and I have been wheeling with anger since Thursday. The police seems uncaring and the school district did not have security at the bus stop the next day or notify the police. I called the police and sat at the bus stop with a big stick just in case he stopped again, I was going to whack him in the head. My exercise mojo and my focus has been through off. I am prepared to stay at the bus stop every morning and every afternoon until school ends. Her activity and motive in the neighborhood will stop. I am working on refocusing for my health and continuing on my plan. Again, the devil is busy!
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    I dealt with something similar with my 16yr old daughter. I had a "conversation" with him and he has not looked at my daughter since.
    2189 days ago
    Wow - can't beleive the school and the police are not taking it serious - you go mom!
    2189 days ago
    Don't give up... Your daughter is to precious to let this happen again. Stick to your plan. I'm with you on this one. emoticon
    2190 days ago
    I'd be a bit upset too that nothing was done to assist the next day. Good that you are being proactive and being there. That will keep them away with an adult nearby.

    2191 days ago
    When it comes to our children we have to do what we can. It is unfortunate that we sometimes can not depend on those in power. It is good that your daughter has you to be there for her. If you can't get the school officials or police to help then speak to your neighbors and form a group that look out for each other and each others children. I hope that you and yours stay safe. Best wishes for your safety.
    2191 days ago
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