By Julie Denice Griffin
A film by Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne, now a Sony’s Pictures classic, a young couple give birth and do not prepare for l’enfant (the child). Je’re’mie Renier purchases a baby buggy as his contribution at the time of his son’s birth. The vehicle of transport makes a sad turn to see the evidentiary vehicle drive the baby to the Black Market when the young man is uncertain he may well financially support his new family.
At once, Bruno recapture his decision as his lover De-borah Francois go into a coma and must receive hospitalization. However, they have in their own seeming creation created a child that they cannot just ignore. “I didn’t want to hurt you, I didn’t,” proclaim bebe’s father regarding his horrifying decision to give bebe away.
When Sonia’s boyfriend sell their baby on the French Black Market – Sonia goes into a psychological coma that is physical. Remarks to the cold, calculating criminals, who very aware of the “godless” crime they commit – Renier must try to find baby and return him to his mother for her survival. Otherwise Renier may face prison time as the camera caught them leaving the hospitol on tape with the baby with no legal adoption papers.Then begins his search for the secret and hidden location of the child – which it seems that even the authorities had been “hoodwinked” to gain the true safety regarding the also psychological heist.
Now although the boy had brought baby back, the boy is now in trouble for a much greater crime than poverty for transferring the baby to improper parties – and soon reap the evil he sowed however mindless or accidental. And whether he in his mind felt badly regarding all of the sadness and sorrow he carried, everyone is debatable – for it seems that his selfish human nature turn the mother of the child The mother is at once possessive upon bebe’s return and feel the need to contain bebe’ and does now make sure that bebe’ dwells close to her and does not ever leave her arms again. Although the couple is young, this kind of strength and stability is very useful for raising a child and all of this energy needed to train the little boy.
French with English subtitles, the film run approximately 96 minutes and is rated R for brief language. The film is also appreciated by the Tellurude and Toronto film professions. This is a type of a genre fairytale played out in the lives of many youth today. Youth seem to want a turn-around lately. More and more want to get college degrees while raising their own families – and universities everywhere want to make these accomodations as sophisticated and yet as expedient as possible. My children loved listening to the symphony just as I do from the moment I concieved. [Perhaps the memoirs of Bailey and Rothblatt may help create a rather handy checkmate after all. And then the Catch 22 requires not even their final outcome.] This film won Palme d’or, best picture at the Festival De Cannes’ in 2005.
The mother is at once possessive upon bebe’s return and she feels the motherly need to contain bebe’ and does now make sure that bebe’ dwells close to her and does not ever leave her arms again. Although the couple is young, this kind of strength and stability is very useful for raising a child and all of this energy needed to train the little boy.
The boy does not realize that youthful fentasizm unless bounded is fleeting and medium material neccessity enough against him now. The father of the child now fears the lie detection test the most.
But alas, the poor boy struggle to retain custody of his child for the sake of the real mother’s well being, downshoring great success for fear the girl may not come out of the coma. When he finally manages to buy bebe’ back he heads for the hospital unknowingly with detectives trailing not far behind. As authorities begin to investigate all of the true facts, which through a series of smoke and mirrors everything did remain at that time misconstrued.
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He’s 13. He scarcely looks 10. And according to a British tabloid, he’s a father. He is baby faced and just over 4 feet tall, the boy, Alfie, was just 12 when he impregnated Chantelle, now 15, The Sun reported Friday. A video posted on the net shows the diminutive Alfie takes the newborn girl in his arms
“Alfie Patten, 13, and his girlfriend Chantelle Steadman, 15, decided to keep Maisie who was conceived after one night of unprotected sex.”
“However, both Alfie and Chantelle and their week-old baby could face DNA tests to determine who the father really is. Alfie, who was just 12 when Maisie Roxanne was conceived, said he wants a definitive answer to put his mind at rest after allegations surfaced that at least two other teenagers could be the baby’s father. Both Richard Goodsell, 16, and 14-year”-old Tyler Barker who live close to the Stedmans in Eastbourne, East Sussex, have claimed paternity.”
“It has been suggested that there are another six potential fathers – although Chantelle, 15, is said to be distraught at the allegations.”
“Trainee chef Richard has said he had sex at least three times with Chantelle around the time she became pregnant. ‘I know I could be the father, he said. ‘Everyone thinks I am. My friends all tell me that baby has my eyes – even my mum thinks so.'”
http://www.rainn.org/get-information/types-of-sexual-assault/incestHow common is Incest?
“There are very few reliable statistics about how often incest occurs. It’s difficult to know how many people are affected by incest because many incest situations never get reported. There are many reasons that the victim might not report the abuse.
- The victim has been told that what is happening is normal or happens in every family, and doesn’t realize that it is a form of abuse
- The victim may not know that help is available or who they can talk to
- The victim may be afraid of what will happen if they tell someone
- The abuser may have threatened the victim
- The victim may care about the abuser and be afraid of what will happen to the abuser if they tell
- The victim may be afraid of what will happen to them if they tell
- The victim may also be concerned about how many people will react when they hear about the abuse
- They may be afraid that no one will believe them or that the person they confide in will tell the abuser
- The victim may be afraid that people will accuse them of having done something wrong
Incest is sexual contact between persons who are so closely related that their marriage is illegal (e.g., parents and children, uncles/aunts and nieces/nephews, etc.). This usually takes the form of an older family member sexually abusing a child or adolescent. Incest is often taught by heredity passed down from father to son, affecting the younger children of the household.
WHEN RABBIT HOWLS…
“When Rabbit howls, everyone listens. Rabbit is one of the youngest personalities of the woman and makes a sound like a dying rabbit. Rabbit was apparently created (or at least the howling part of Rabbit was) when her stepfather stepped on baby rabbits out of cruelty just to hear the rabbits cry. He also stepped on, hung upside down on a rope, strapped to a high chair, threw into a well and performed every imaginable sex act on “the woman” of this book, Truddi Chase. She is referred to in this book by the authors (the Troops) as “the woman.” The woman was a later life creation to take the place of two younger parts who died. In the process of creation, the Troops took away her memories and left her simply as an empty shell – a shell who would not be present for the many activities that the Troops handled. The division was so complete that 3 or 4 of the Troops could have a drink and neither the woman nor the other Troops would get drunk. The same was true for migraines, smoking, and many other activities. After one long night of drinking 3 or 4 of the Troops had gotten drunk and she awoke to find a trail of Alkaseltzer coated glasses around the apartment.”
“Stanley (actually Robert Phillips) is the therapist who coaches her in her recovering of her memories and missing parts. At one point Stanley decides that integration into one person would not be desirable.- That, if the woman could simply control her parts, that is, go into and out of them at will, that would be acceptable. In addition to the long therapy sessions, Stanley tapes them on video and uses the tapes to help others with similar problems.”
A HOME FOR SINGLE [PREGNANT] MOTHERS [TO HELP THEM GET STARTED WITH BABY]…
Article Repost from:
1 MAY 2009 in Southlake Moms Contributors
By Jessica Begley
“There’s a house in the distance with a warm glow of light, welcoming tired and troubled souls. Simply knock and the door opens to a solace where brokenness is healed, and loving voices sing praises -– peace be still. A hospitable abode where emptiness is filled and grace revealed. This is the house that MERCY built.
– “The House That Mercy Built”, Point Of Grace”
“Mercy – the compassionate treatment shown to those in distress, less fortunate and all too often, helpless.”
“This definition of mercy portrays in precise detail the charitable personality of the Founder and Executive Director of Mercy House, Mrs. Susan Hulet. This veteran midwife of 20 years and deliverer of more than 650 babies knows all too well what it means to mentor, mother, and minister to those in need.”
“In her years of practice as a midwife, Susan helped many single pregnant women. Along the way, she realized that helping a woman deliver her baby merely scratched the surface of giving her the support she needed to make it as a single parent. As a pastor, she also knew that through faith, a person could overcome tragedy and trial and beat all odds. Armed with this knowledge and her passion for women and children, came a vision…a house, but not just any house! A home to serve, support and minister to single pregnant women. Mercy House, a Christian maternity home, was conceived in the heart of this compassionate woman and her benevolent church.”
“After much prayer and planning, Mercy House opened its doors in March 1998 to its first three expectant mothers. At the time, Mercy House was one free standing residential dwelling with a set of full time house parents, three expectant mothers and later their babies.”
“In the over ten years since its conception, Mercy House and Susan have made many changes in order to stand strong in their commitment to single mothers. There is no longer one house, but five separate volunteer homes, dubbed “Shepherding Families.” These gracious families volunteer to take one expectant mother into their homes for the duration of her pregnancy and up to 6 weeks after the baby’s birth.”
“During her stay with the shepherding family, Mercy House utilizes it broad spectrum of volunteers to bless the mother with pregnancy care, life skills training and Christian discipleship. They do so in order to establish a solid foundation for two lives. The shepherding home is a refuge; dedicated to the emotional and spiritual support of the newly developing family.”
“When a young woman leaves Mercy House with her program completed she has hope for the future. Her faithful volunteers have seen her through to the establishment of long term plans and goals, which include helping her find permanent housing, a church family to grow in, and the items necessary to run a household. These needs are all met through the loving hands of Mercy House volunteers, the majority of which are members at Grace Community Church.”
“And though I write this article as a tribute to the merciful mother and founder of Mercy House, I would also like to spread the word about this amazing ministry and increase community awareness. I do so in the hopes of obtaining additional support for Susan, her staff and the mothers. So as you consider whether you are able to help support this outreach ministry, please ponder this – – none of us knows when we might find ourselves knocking on the door of the house that MERCY built…”
“If you would like more information about Mercy House or would just like to help them continue saving lives two at a time, then please contact Susan Hulet at 817-808-4170. They would appreciate any monetary donations, as well as items, such as: used cars, household and baby items, and of course any time you would like to volunteer. You may also contact Susan and her staff at the Mercy House web page at www.mercyhouse.org.”
“Mercy House and Grace Community Church would also like to invite you to attend an informative and inspirational luncheon at Grace Community Church on Saturday, May 2nd as they spotlight Mercy House, it’s past and present residents, volunteers and staff.”
“Another amazing opportunity to help those at Mercy House is just around the corner. Stop in to visit with New York Times Bestselling author (and Southlake mom) Ame Mahler Beanland and pick up a signed copy of her newest book for yourself or the expectant mothers in your life.”
“The Postcards from the Bump Book Signing and Baby Shower benefiting Mercy House at Central Market is on Sunday, May 3rd from 2:00-4:00 p.m. Please consider helping us shower the deserving moms and their bumps at Mercy House with love, compassion and mercy, by bringing a baby gift to this event. You can find a handy list of gift ideas at the Mother’s Day display at Central Market starting April 22nd or online at www.mercyhouse.org.”
Point Of Grace. “The House That Mercy Built.” Partial Lyrics. The Whole Truth. World Entertainment LLC, a Warner/Curb Company, 1995.
Jessica Begley lives in Southlake with her husband, two daughters, and their golden retriever. Jessica has a M.Ed. in Marriage and Family Therapy and a B.S. degree in Family Relations and Child Development.