HOWLAND — The story of a mother who dealt with her young child wanting to die because he felt he was causing problems between his parents was a strong message shared with more than 120 people who gathered last week for a childhood emotional trauma conference.
Parent Chandra Kelly shared her passion for wanting to help her 5-year-old son who she said was being abused and neglected by her ex-husband and faced many problems.
“It’s horrible to have to watch your child go through this and not being able to change the circumstances. I was able to help him to cope and how we dealt with it. I want to help others so no children fall through the cracks,” she said.
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