What California societal woes are directly related to our family and juvenile dependency courts?

Updated: Oct 6

The problems that are most prevalent and which have extended to the third and fourth generations of child victims of the family courts, spanning across their entire short or long lifespans, are suicide, mental health disorders, physical illnesses (see Kaiser's ACES study on the CDC website), substance abuse, parental alienation, isolation, climate control (families living apart, parties of one, no shared resources), poverty, homelessness, etc. We have a created a society of adults who were forced to defend and provide for themselves as children and their unsophisticated minds have split many of them in two as a direct result. Opening the doors for psychologists using the family and juvenile court systems to make a profitable self-serving living off of damaging children through these court systems and then creating a lifelong mental illness crises.

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