Parents Locked Kids In Coffin

October 8, 2011 by staff 

Parents Locked Kids In CoffinParents Locked Kids In Coffin, The mother and stepfather, accused of locking a child seven years old, in a coffin in the basement of his home are still locked Scranton and the child is under the custody of the authorities.

It is not known how long the child was supposed to be treated like that, or severity of their punishment was, but experts in child behavior and to think about the case.

There was outrage from many people after hearing the couple accused of confining a child in a coffin.

Facebook lit up with comments asking how someone can do something and worry about what will happen to the child.

There is shock and outrage after Scranton police, said Lori Gardner and Brian Sleboda blocked the seven-year-old in a coffin and recorded the child to the chair as punishment.

Gardner said he loves his two sons as she was taken to face charges. Many people may question, but it’s no surprise that Marywood University psychology professor Dr. David Palmiter.

“Even parents who abuse and neglect of their children, at least in my experience, love for their children. They have run out of ideas. They are often overwhelmed by their own pain, whether physical stress, psychological external” said Palmiter. It is in charge of the case, but has handled many cases of abuse. “They’re so overwhelmed. It’s like a wave that leads in one direction responsive painful and very impulsive and very poor with the trial.”

Police said they found the seven years old last week in a diaper, locked in the basement of this bug infested home.

The child and a child who also lived in the house were immediately put in foster care. Some people ask if the child can recover from this. The psychologist said he probably will take some work.

“Children at a young age often than by magic. It is often thought that things that happened in your life are the things they have done or failed to do or say or not say,” said Palmiter.

He added that the child will have to be convinced of what police say happened is not their fault. You will need much support.

“Children can be surprisingly tough resistance, incredible. I saw a lot of cases of children and adults who have worked years ago are injured remarkable,” said the psychologist.

Dr. Palmiter said the child also have to deal with being separated from his mother. He said he has treated many patients who have experienced a trauma like this and actually became stronger after life because of it.

Of course, many know the present case, hope the best for the child.

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