Why false allegations of abuse are made by children against their parents,
or by other people in positions of authority, against the loving parents of
a child is one of the hardest questions to answer.
The reasons can be many and varied, but range from something as simple as a
child just wanting to get their own way, to something as complex as parental
alienation syndrome and false memory syndrome, to the flawed evidence of so
called "experts" in the field of childcare, peadiatrics etc.
Is it the case that society actively encourages children today to assume the
worst of any adult, and to scream abuse as loudly as possible, even when
none has taking place?
Are the very "experts" who are meant to protect our children and their
parents so poorly trained that they believe abuse is happening on every
street corner, in every home, every school and anywhere else that children
If so, this means that they will always see abuse everywhere whether
it exists or not?
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