WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE TOPIC OF MOTHER'S WHO DRINK ALCOHOL DURING THE DAY BEFORE SCHOOL PICK UP...


WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE TOPIC OF MOTHER'S WHO DRINK ALCOHOL DURING...

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HI There, 

What do you think about the topic of Mother 's who drink alcohol during the day before school pick up?
I have seen a few  its seem to be a trend in younger Mother's in Our Community.Do you think they have 
maybe a problem dealing with day to day issues example - working part-time , home duties making sure 
Children has done Home work and other things .How about coping with a Child who needs extra attention 
due to falling behind in school work ? 

Are they heading for a good outcome ?
Would you agree or disagree that they might need to see a counsellor to discuss the issue ?
Maybe you know a young Mother who for some reason needs to drink through out the day (during school hours) 
to cope with the Children / Child when they come home from School ?

Would you agree or disagree that some young Mother's who drink a lot during the day are lacking social interaction 
are alone , afraid of talking about their concern's that they are not able to seek advice or afraid of 
social pressure ,other Mother's who might judge them for doing so?
Think about it ! This issue is in Our Community whether we like or not !
 Kind Regards  Skatergirl08

 MOTHERS VOICES ARE THE BEST TOOLS 
 TOWARDS CHANGE FOR THE BETTER ,
HAPPY AUTISTIC  CHILDREN GROWN INTO CONFIDENT ADULTS 

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