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Moral, social, ethical, emotional and family point of view

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Moral, social, ethical, emotional and family point of view

Post by AskTheDogsSandra on Tue Sep 04, 2012 4:02 pm

The McCanns further described both of themselves as irreparably damaged and totally destroyed from a moral, social, ethical, emotional and family point of view.

I wonder what examples they will use for each of these.

They didn't have much going for them anyway in the sense of having a moral, social, ethical, emotional or family point of view if they felt it was ok to go out socialising whilst leaving the majority of their family members, all under the age of 4, by themselves to cope with any number of things that could have happened - abduction, fire, illness, accident etc.

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Re: Moral, social, ethical, emotional and family point of view

Post by Guest on Tue Sep 04, 2012 5:14 pm

I just hope that the numerous photos and clips of the McCanns looking as if they've won the Lottery will be shown to ridicule their claim that their lives have been ruined by the actions of the Portuguese police.

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Re: Moral, social, ethical, emotional and family point of view

Post by russiandoll on Tue Sep 04, 2012 6:48 pm

and Kate's description of Gerry GLOWING [ in her book.]
No matter how much time has passed, glowing is not how you look when your child has vanished. It is what you do when your daughter makes you happy and proud. She has to be present to do that, for example
celebrating a big birthday, double figures, 10,18, 21
graduating or starting hwer first day at work
recovering after a serious illness
getting married
giving you your first grandchild
accomplishing something special to her, such as learning an instrument, doing gymnastics, doing an act of kindness to somebody
being responsible enough to babysit her siblings
all above are but a few times when you might be happy enough to glow.


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Re: Moral, social, ethical, emotional and family point of view

Post by elleMC on Tue Sep 04, 2012 11:30 pm

The McCanns further described both of themselves as irreparably damaged and totally destroyed from a moral, social, ethicial, emotional and family point of view.

Where do the twins fit in in that family? Forever living in the shadows of your 'missing' sister, parents engaged in a search which for them cannot end, when you think what that would imply.

They still seem pathologically incapable of putting their children's needs before their own.

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