Capital Punishment: I lost my dad at a tender age, I don’t know if I would be able to forgive my mum assuming she was the one who killed him, but then my life might have turned opposite the direction if she killed my dad and the government killed her, making me an orphan at a tender age.
This topic is a sensitive one and I feel at this stage we are right now, they should always ask couples “If your wife happen to kill you for any reason in your marriage time, would you want the government to kill her for you?”
Let me start with nobody loves you like your parent, even if they don’t have, and they can’t really help you, but there is this different feeling you have when you know you have parent who think for you.
Dysfunctional family background make children psychopaths.
During my 100levels, I had this friend of mine who wasn’t staying with his parent due to some issues. The people he was living with never understood him so he got out of hand, I couldn’t help much until he left for medical school. I knew how he felts then, I know what it feels like to have some pains you can’t discuss because you don’t trust anyone and this makes you vulnerable and then you add to the number of people who will put the society in jeopardy.
See, 45% of criminal in our society today are children who grew up without parenting guardian.
I know many of them and sometimes I wish I could talk with their parents and to others I wish I could be their parent, in a society like ours, where people don’t really have hundred percent love for kids who ain’t theirs, the best we can do is spear women with children from capital punishment but I do want to believe if the woman killed her husband is what the topic means anyway.
Children tends to grow to reasonable adult if they have parental guardian, I read an article few years ago that states “twenty percent of highly directional and mannered children are those one who lost one of their parent while growing, they lost one hope then replace the available parent with that hope they have lost, which of course made them extra careful.”
Let me use myself as an example, I lost my dad at the age of thirteen, and since then all I was wanted to do is make my mum happy. I was always intentional about life, I really didn’t have much fun, everything was work, work, work because I needed to make my mum proud, then I lost her during my final year… I thought I was going to die because for weeks, I felt nothing, heard nothing, believed nothing and I was like a zombie! Literally just doing things… It took prayers, advise and excess love to bring me back to myself.
I don’t think the government want any child to go through that, because that’s how we end up having more criminal who poses danger on the lives and status of the society.
Not all children can be trained by another parent.
I have met and seen teenagers like myself who their guardian couldn’t train them because they were already too broken into pieces… It will take a very long time to put those pieces together, nobody really wants to do that if they are not your biological parent.
Capital punishment should be rendered with mercy once or involves women with children.