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The Insignificant Mother

It started before the meeting even began. Emails, phone calls and discussions between you all to synchronise diaries and finalise a time and location that suited everyone. Everyone, of course, except the insignificant mother. My diary was never checked. No-one asked if the time suited me or if the location was convenient. As long as the ‘professionals’ are fine with it that is what matters apparently

Thought provoking read. Please read full piece at source: The Insignificant Mother

IMPORTANT MESSAGE: Please respect @survivecourt right to privacy at this painful time – take on board the key message but avoid retweets.

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2 comments on “The Insignificant Mother

  1. Roger R Beach

    On 23 Aug 2017 19:18, “National IRO Managers Partnership” wrote:

    > The National IRO Managers Partnership (NIROMP) posted: ” > https://twitter.com/survivecourt/status/864771943731474432 It started > before the meeting even began. Emails, phone calls and discussions between > you all to synchronise diaries and finalise a time and location that suited > everyone. Everyone, of course, ex” >

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