Decoding language is understanding what the courts are stating about your emotional stability. It is an overall - yet indepth view- of your parent's parenting, your parenting, flaws and how you feel about yourself. Counterpoint: the love you have for you children SHOULD cause emotional instability, empty nest syndrome and out right "black woman- mama bear- crazy" no matter the race. If you don't crack: you don't love your kids. And if you do .... well now ... they got a psych ward and matching jacket JUST FOR YOU!

Question: How do you feel about yourself now that your children are removed? The pressure of a two-year investigation can cause fluctuations in emotional stabilty, depression and average range suicidal tendencies. You become irratic, irrational and demanding - that's an average person. All of these process lends to a narrowing point .... what they want from you. Start with BOOK 1 - this is book 2- and learn the elements of how you are viewed so that you can answer the questions correctly: and in an emotionally sane place.

This is an exerted short resource taken from the BGC Series "When Child Protective Services Takes Your Children:

Decoding Language” . This short include: PART III: Kinds of Evaluations in Abuse & Neglect cases, Compiling Evaluation Reports, and Parent Child Relationship Inventory. Please purchase the book in its entirety if the resources inside are helpful.

"Few issues in psychological assessment today are as polarizing among clinicians and laypeople as the use of standardized tests with minority examinees. For clients, parents, and clinicians, the central issue is one of long-term consequences that may occur when mean test results differ from one ethnic group to another — Blacks, Hispanics, American Indians, Asian Americans, and so forth. Important concerns include, among others, that psychiatric clients may be over diagnosed, students disproportionately placed in special classes, and applicants unfairly denied employment or college admission because of purported bias in standardized tests.

Among researchers, polarization also is common. Here, too, observed mean score differences among ethnic groups are fueling the controversy, but in a different way.

Know what to expect. Understand these exams have been used as weapons in court. Judiciary systems are not psychologists.

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