My Fight for My Family (The Mega Pig File)

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My Fight for My Family (The Mega Pig File)

My Fight for My Family The Mega Pig File A man s struggle to keep his family together against all odds What would you do if social workers came knocking on your door with only smoke and mirrors evidence they had come for your children Woul

  • Title: My Fight for My Family (The Mega Pig File)
  • Author: David Jordan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Paperback
  • A man s struggle to keep his family together against all odds What would you do if social workers came knocking on your door, with only smoke and mirrors evidence, they had come for your children Would you fight for your family or would you simply let them steal your children This is a true story The details and events are drawn from notes I had made at the time andA man s struggle to keep his family together against all odds What would you do if social workers came knocking on your door, with only smoke and mirrors evidence, they had come for your children Would you fight for your family or would you simply let them steal your children This is a true story The details and events are drawn from notes I had made at the time and also from memory Memories that will last a lifetime.

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    One thought on “My Fight for My Family (The Mega Pig File)

    1. Angela on said:

      This is a fact based novella partly set out in diary form, partly a memoir. I'm finding it incredibly difficult to give a star rating because it's not like the usual fiction stories I read and it's not written as a memoir or biography either. David Jordan has given a written statement of what happened to his family when he tried to get improved housing conditions for his partner and their baby daughter. This one action triggered a nightmare of fighting to keep their first daughter, then subseque [...]

    2. Stevie Turner on said:

      I read this memoir by David Jordan and I must admit I was appalled at the way Social Services had treated David's family.  The problems began following an innocent initial inquiry to Social Services by a relative, concerned that David's partner Martha and their baby Sally were living in unsuitable housing next door to an aggressive mentally ill man.   Instead of finding them a suitable flat, two social workers forcibly removed Sally from Martha as she was pushing her along the street in her [...]

    3. Breakaway Reviewers on said:

      Detached and unemotional This is an account of a parent’s fight for his daughters who were removed from the family by social services. It chronicles fact, not fiction. This will be a short review. It was a very difficult read and not because of the subject matter. I have described it as an account as it is not a book in the normal sense of the word. There are no chapters and the facts are presented devoid of emotion. What dialogue there is, is stilted and stiff. On occasions, it is a list of d [...]

    4. Judy Moss on said:

      After being a reader of foster carers Cathy Glass, Casey Watson etc, I came across this book and thought it would be nice to read the other side of the story (eg parents that have Children removed), I've got to say I'm totally shocked by David's story and I commend him for his strength to protect his family from the corrupted organisation! I wish David and his family all the best. Everyone should read this to see that not everything is black and white!

    5. Ann on said:

      A detailed book about a family's involvement with social workers and the child protection team. It opened my mind to the fact that not everything is how it seems. The system, who's sole purpose is to help families in need, seem to have done the complete opposite. Very emotive. Makes you question the integrity of the system and how this all got so out of hand.

    6. Whispering Stories on said:

      This is a gripping and very detailed account of one family’s experiences with social services, and other regulatory and child support agencies, over a prolonged period of time.It is written in an authentic voice and is presented as a true story. The narrative is very detailed and is well organised over a timeline that spans more than a decade.It reports many meetings, court hearings and conversations with professionals who work in the educational and child protection fields and is easy to foll [...]

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