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Unformatted text preview: red. A mans grip is usually stronger than that of a woman so his grip could have been a little excessive and hurtful to the child. Once the woman lost her grip on the baby it is natural instinct to fight back and try to regain some type of hold but when she grabbed the wrist which caused the man to pull back very hard could have potentially done harm to the wrist and arm of the child. In conclusion if the couple wanted to go their own separate directions then that is fine and dandy. However getting in a wresting match over a small child is not alright the woman could have went into a bathroom or locked room and called the authorities to help her unless that wasn’t her child and was only wanting the baby for a type of bargaining chip or for spite against either her or the mans original actions. One should never put a child in harms way for any reason at all....
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course ENGL 301 taught by Professor Aro during the Spring '08 term at Allan Hancock College.
- Spring '08