Losing parents at a young age is heartbreaking. It is even more devastating when you lose both parents at the same time and you have nowhere to go. Your life starts to change drastically. I'm sorry that both your parents are no longer alive to protect you, raise you, or defend you from anything this world throws at you.
This is because parents contribute so much to a child's life and their growth. They also ensure that the child is well taken care of, and in some instances, some family members become jealous of how certain parents are able to take care of their children and their needs. Some parents work hard to make sure that before they die, they leave their children a place they can call home.
And when they die, they expect family members to still treat their children the way they treated them when they were still alive. But according to information, some families show their true colours once the parents of children die, and they make these children live in unfortunate or abusive circumstances. The children find themselves living a life of struggle and mistreatment when it's not how they used to live.
This is what happened to two children who lost both their parents and three sisters in a farla car accident. A family of seven and only those two young boys, aged 11 and 3, survived the accident and were sent to hospital.
When they had to release them from the hospital, other family members found out that the kids had been made homeless by their uncle, who had taken over their parents' house and did not want the kids to enter. The uncle even locked the house. The children are unable to change their clothes. Their aunt says the uncle is selfish and does not care about the children. Instead, he cares about obtaining wealth that is not his.
The children will stay in the hospital until the conflict regarding their parents' house is solved.
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