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    I didn't watch the show and while I have never forgotten about a child I do see how it could happen. No one is perfect and accidents happen and I don't think placing judgement on someone who makes one is necessary because of how much they would already be casting on themselves.

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    It's called empathy. Whether you think it could happen to you or not, doesn't mean you can't have empathy for those that do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    It's called empathy. Whether you think it could happen to you or not, doesn't mean you can't have empathy for those that do.
    I find the lack of empathy in this thread (and in many other things I have been reading lately) quite horrifying and very sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    It's called empathy. Whether you think it could happen to you or not, doesn't mean you can't have empathy for those that do.
    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    I find the lack of empathy in this thread (and in many other things I have been reading lately) quite horrifying and very sad.
    I actually really struggle to have empathy for these parents. I can't do it, it hurts my heart to think about it. Like I said in my very first post, the story of the dad whose car alarm was going off during the day haunts me. I just cannot bear to put myself in their shoes and imagine the moment where they found their child dead in the car and knew it was their fault. It makes me sick to think about it and it makes my heart break. Those poor, poor parents. :'(

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    I don't think I could ever do this but then again I didn't think I could ever not notice the gate being left open which resulted in our dog getting out and being fatally hit by a car. Never say never, we can do everything possible to prevent these incidents but at the end of the day we are human and therefore make mistakes. I have read the article about fatal distraction and it is so so scary. I am terrified that something like this could happen to anyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple iPhart6 View Post
    I actually really struggle to have empathy for these parents. I can't do it, it hurts my heart to think about it. Like I said in my very first post, the story of the dad whose car alarm was going off during the day haunts me. I just cannot bear to put myself in their shoes and imagine the moment where they found their child dead in the car and knew it was their fault. It makes me sick to think about it and it makes my heart break. Those poor, poor parents. :'(
    It hurts my heart too....what a horrific situation.

    In addition to empathy for the parents in this situation, I was also referring to a distinct lack of empathy for other posters in this thread (particularly those who have admitted to forgetting their children in cars).

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    I'm probably wasting my breath because the ones I'm directing this too probably have me on ignore but you are entitled to your opinion. Of course you are, you can tell it to us straight, tell it like it is, be proud of not holding back but just know that this forum is full of real, vulnerable people.

    You only have to read the journals on here to see the amount of pain people are in and how fragile they are and they have found bubhub to be a safe place to share this part of themselves.

    Words matter. They can lift someone up and they can kick them when they're down. It's not about condoning dangerous behaviour or turning a blind eye but it's about realising your power.

    You might think you're just commenting on a specific article or that you're entitled to be angry and to judge and I guess you are but this is a community and why anyone wants to continually hurt people in their community after they've been told "Hey, you're hurting her, please stop", well I don't get it.

    I know people can choose to leave if they can't hack it or they need to take ownership of their feelings (no one can make you feel inferior without your consent and all that jazz) but sometimes people don't have anywhere else to go and sometimes they are judging themselves more harshly than anyone else could.

    Anyway that's my ramble of the day and I've gone back and toward about whether to press send but meh too late now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple iPhart6 View Post
    I actually really struggle to have empathy for these parents. I can't do it, it hurts my heart to think about it. Like I said in my very first post, the story of the dad whose car alarm was going off during the day haunts me. I just cannot bear to put myself in their shoes and imagine the moment where they found their child dead in the car and knew it was their fault. It makes me sick to think about it and it makes my heart break. Those poor, poor parents. :'(
    Even if you can't have empathy you clearly have compassion which in cases like this is something that some posters are clearly lacking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I'm probably wasting my breath because the ones I'm directing this too probably have me on ignore but you are entitled to your opinion. Of course you are, you can tell it to us straight, tell it like it is, be proud of not holding back but just know that this forum is full of real, vulnerable people.

    You only have to read the journals on here to see the amount of pain people are in and how fragile they are and they have found bubhub to be a safe place to share this part of themselves.

    Words matter. They can lift someone up and they can kick them when they're down. It's not about condoning dangerous behaviour or turning a blind eye but it's about realising your power.

    You might think you're just commenting on a specific article or that you're entitled to be angry and to judge and I guess you are but this is a community and why anyone wants to continually hurt people in their community after they've been told "Hey, you're hurting her, please stop", well I don't get it.

    I know people can choose to leave if they can't hack it or they need to take ownership of their feelings (no one can make you feel inferior without your consent and all that jazz) but sometimes people don't have anywhere else to go and sometimes they are judging themselves more harshly than anyone else could.

    Anyway that's my ramble of the day and I've gone back and toward about whether to press send but meh too late now...
    This should be pinned at the top of every section and you should have to check you've read it before you post. Too many people are just trying to win or point score.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I'm probably wasting my breath because the ones I'm directing this too probably have me on ignore but you are entitled to your opinion. Of course you are, you can tell it to us straight, tell it like it is, be proud of not holding back but just know that this forum is full of real, vulnerable people.

    You only have to read the journals on here to see the amount of pain people are in and how fragile they are and they have found bubhub to be a safe place to share this part of themselves.

    Words matter. They can lift someone up and they can kick them when they're down. It's not about condoning dangerous behaviour or turning a blind eye but it's about realising your power.

    You might think you're just commenting on a specific article or that you're entitled to be angry and to judge and I guess you are but this is a community and why anyone wants to continually hurt people in their community after they've been told "Hey, you're hurting her, please stop", well I don't get it.

    I know people can choose to leave if they can't hack it or they need to take ownership of their feelings (no one can make you feel inferior without your consent and all that jazz) but sometimes people don't have anywhere else to go and sometimes they are judging themselves more harshly than anyone else could.

    Anyway that's my ramble of the day and I've gone back and toward about whether to press send but meh too late now...
    You are amazing. These are the words of someone with a kind heart and soul x

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