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Unstoppable Mothers

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“We are Unstoppable Protective Mothers, whose children have been ripped from our arms and lives. We are joining our voices as one, to share our stories about family court abuse and corruption. Each heartbreaking tragic story, capturing loss and abuse, is told in our own words and accompanied by stunning photographs based on mother/child milestones missed in our lives. Because of the strong unconditional love we have for our children, we will NOT be stopped…we are UNSTOPPABLE!”

Welcome to PMA International’s Unstoppable Mothers

Protective Mothers Alliance International (PMA) has launched Unstoppable Mothers, a powerful photo and essay project to give voice to Protective Mothers and their Children.

The photos depict the loss and grief a Protective Mother experiences when she is forcibly separated from her child(ren) due to family court injustice, or the events she missed in the life of her child.

The essays, in Protective Moms’ own words, are common real life family court situations. Protective Mothers reveal the most outrageous action a judge took in their case. OR, the Protective Mom shares what she has missed most about not being in her child’s life.

How Can You Participate?

Protective Mothers may send quotes to the comment section below. Protective Mothers may also send their quotes to the comment section of our new Unstoppable Mothers blog devoted specifically to this Unstoppable Mothers Campaign
https://unstoppablemothers.wordpress.com

PMA International will put the Unstoppable Mother’s quote on a sign and take a picture for the Campaign. Your quote may be posted online, so please keep the comments general and do not include any identifying information.

What do mothers’ write about?

Mothers write about 2 subjects in the form of a quote;

#1.The most outrageous action a judge took in your family court case

20 words or less

Example: “I was thrown in jail by the Judge for trying to protect my children from their father’s beatings.”

#2. What hurts you the most about not being in your child’s life

20 words or less

Example: “I was not able to see you graduate from high school.”

Moms may submit quotes for both subjects #1 and #2 or choose to submit just one quote from one subject, choosing subject
# 1 OR #2.

Please DO NOT include identifying information such as the name of your judge or other court professional, your location or contact information, your child’s legal name etc

Some signs with quotes will be combined with missed milestone pictures.

All signs, quotes, and pictures will be posted on the Unstoppable Mothers’ special page within the “Guardian Of Truth” Blog, and our new Unstoppable Mothers‘ blog devoted specifically to this Unstoppable Mothers’ Campaign ( link below)

https://unstoppablemothers.wordpress.com

DISCLAIMER:

” Unstoppable Mothers” is a powerful photo and essay project to give voice to Protective Mothers and their Children.

Disclaimer ;PMA International reserves all copyright, trademark, patent, intellectual and other property rights in the information contained in PMA International’s “Unstoppable Mothers Campaign.” and ” Love Letters For Our Children Campaign”This includes but is not limited to, all PMA International and PMA International’s “Unstoppable Mothers’ and” Love Letters To Our Children” specific logos and services logos and no express or implied license is granted in respect thereof. Any unauthorized access, use or reproduction of the information or proprietary rights contained in this site about these campaigns is strictly prohibited and is subject to such action as provided in applicable laws. No information on this PMA International’s “Unstoppable Mothers Campaign” and ” Love Letters For Our Children ” Campaign should be reproduced or distributed for another organization’s or individual’s campaign or advocacy use, without the prior written consent of PMA International. The Information is for your personal use only. Any unauthorized copying or modification of trade-marks and/or the contents of the PMA International “Unstoppable Mothers “Campaign and ” Love Letters To Our Children” Campaign for another organization’s or individual’s advocacy use, including but not limited to, art, art exhibits, all manner of advocacy, written materials,and all manner of social media may be a violation of any law that may apply to trade-marks and/or copyrights and could subject the copier to legal action.

For your safety, we strongly suggest you do not use your child’s real name, your real name or any court officials name. You may use initials. You alone are responsible for your child’s safety and your safety while using this site. You alone are responsibly for the protection of your identity along with the protection of the identity of your minor child while using this site. PMA Intl assumes no responsibility for the protection of your identity and/or safety and the identity and/or safety of your minor child/ children. We reserve the right to edit all posts for any reason.

However; PMA International will make a reasonable effort to keep personal information private due to the fact that most protective mothers are in active litigation and/or domestic violence situations. As always, safety is our primary concern.

Persons posting on this site are solely responsible for abiding by their specific court orders. PMA INTL is not responsibly for direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages resulting from a person posting on this site who is not in compliance with an order from the court.

Now that we all understand how to participate and what the ground rules are for this project, Protective Mothers’ Alliance International invites you into our project; a window to our world. We ask you to brace yourselves, step slowly into our shoes , carefully take a step , steal a tiny glimpse , and taste a tiny bite of what life is like as a protective mother. An unstoppable protective mother, enduring one of the darkest atrocities known in the history of our civilization.

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Written by protectivemothersallianceinternational

January 10, 2014 at 11:11 am

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  1. # 1. “The judge cut my time to 20 %. Once I had primary custody, then I moved out of the house and away from the abuser . That means if I stayed with my abuser I would still have primary custody. I am outraged”.

    Diane H

    January 11, 2014 at 7:58 pm

  2. #1 ” The judge threatened to take my children away if I mentioned again the sexual abuse. Then she did. Then they decided to give them to the abuser”

    #2 “I miss choosing what clothes they wear in the morning for school and helping them get ready for school.”

    suzyrainbow

    January 12, 2014 at 12:53 pm

    • #1 the judge gave temporary full custody to their father who sexually abused them. they’ve been gone 3 months now.

      #2 I miss their hugs and the way they smell and the sound of their voices saying “mom”.

      Kortney Reign

      February 15, 2014 at 3:44 am

  3. #1 “My ex; hit my now 2 year old in the face when she was 16 months old (CPS’s found “reason to believe”). He has a criminal history, including drug and alcohol abuse,yet my judge granted joint custody in a closed door attorney only session, knowing my 2 year old still nurses”.

    Melissa

    January 13, 2014 at 10:06 am

  4. #2 What’s hurt me the most about not being in my son’s life is not being there to protect him, nurture him, guide him in true love, unconditional love, the love I learned of through God.

    Jennifer L Dunn

    January 16, 2014 at 8:51 am

  5. #1 The judge implied I abused my daughter by taking her to the doctor, therapist, and CPS ordered forensic interviews.

    #2 I miss telling you, “I love you,” every day, so I say it into the wind and pray it touches your ears.

    Jessi

    January 20, 2014 at 9:49 am

  6. #2 I don’t even know what size you wear.

    Marie

    January 20, 2014 at 9:56 am

  7. #1 The judge handed custody over to the abusive alcoholic and drug user, who had almost no contact with either of the girls for 3 years–all documented. Said he did not want to give me joint legal custody because of MY inability to communicate with the father.
    #2 I miss making you laugh, kissing the top of your head.

    Denice

    February 7, 2014 at 7:36 pm

  8. #1

    1.Not allowed to SAY HI, HUG or WAVE to my two minor children.

    2. Not allowed to attend graduation; preschool through H.S.Not allowed to call on holidays , birthdays or other special
    occasions.
    Penalty – FELONY, up to (5) years in jail, and up to a $10,000 in fines.

    3.Falsely arrested, falsely imprisoned,
    Charge- FELONY Reason – attending an Open House.

    M.W

    February 12, 2014 at 7:55 am

  9. #1 while in hiding the judge gave our abuser sole custody in absentia. I will give my life to protect her.

    #2 I miss being able to give you a place to call home. It’s difficult but you are safe.

    Mary

    March 8, 2014 at 8:32 am

  10. 1. The DAs office “lost” the evidence of my husband’s child porn on his computer in his office at the real estate school he owns where he alone taught. The judge never bothered to look at the evidence. Both the GAL and the therapist DELIBERATELY LIED about events that did not take place and hid other evidence from colleagues (details in my blog). 2. I don’t know where to begin with what I miss most about my daughter — from the simple things of picking out food & clothes, to snuggling to a movie, to laughing with you at things I know you would find funny. But what hurts the most about not being in your life, daughter, is not being able to guide, console, or protect you in this painful situation.

    Torn 2 Peaces

    March 27, 2014 at 6:06 pm

  11. The hardest thing to see is a suitcase kid. You know that they are filling their heads with lies and putting on the tears; they get turned on by seeing how they can manipulate and get away with it. I became a good writer with my love letters to my kids. That was when I said ‘God, she is in your hands’, I have done all that I can in this situation. I know and trust that they will see through it all and my well being is their example.

    Shirley Zago

    May 19, 2014 at 1:18 am

  12. Judge gave my ex physical custody of my three child and us joint custody. He thought because he had physical that he had all the power and still thinks so. His abuse stopped when I left him but the emotional abuse hasn’t. He got so verbally bad that when the opportunity came to move away I took it. Communication has been a no go unless its school breaks and he needs a babysitter. I take every chance to have my kids. Its not fair that he gets them after all the arrests and drug alcohol abuse and here I am clean and Iget nnothing. He had a house when iI did not and that’swhere it began. Now iI’m about to get my license suspended for not paying child support to my abuser. Fair?? What has this world come to?_

    linnclark

    May 22, 2014 at 9:04 pm

    • Keep all documents even when they have gotten others to do their dirty work. (they will leave them holding the bag; what a web) Know that even with this, there is still evidence so you can show your children eventually when they are going through their experience. Your letters to them are ones that if written with love tells them that they are accountable and responsible for their actions. You trust they will find their voices when standing up to them because of your strength. Stay strong!

      Shirley Zago

      May 24, 2014 at 11:08 pm

  13. I wish you could be in my life everyday and not just the summer . Little sissy and little brother miss you too. 😦

    Carol

    August 10, 2014 at 3:14 pm

  14. We have been on the run for so long. I did this to keep you safe. Finally in a few days you will be 18. Thank God and the ones who helped us. You will never have to be made to go back there. You will be able to start your own life and be the wonderful woman I know you can become. I love you with all of my essence.

    mary

    October 6, 2014 at 4:35 am

  15. I do not know where to begin. I have missed so much of my sons’ lives. I miss getting to make them laugh and each of their unique gifts, ways, personalities. I hate that they live in fear and I am unable to give them any joy or relief from it. I long to see and know healing with and for them/-for us! There are no words to describe the pain. A child to death is the assurance they are with the Lord. This is only something God can truly heal. I love and miss them every day and now, nearlyfive years later-My love remains Strong-with no contact. Deep in my heart, I know they still love me but are not allowed to show it. God send Your Angels to help them and bless them Every day. Love never fails. Mom

    Val

    January 12, 2015 at 9:59 pm

    • Hi Val. We are so sorry for what you are going through and understand, because we too have the same experiences. You have so beautifully expressed your love for your sons in this post. We will send some of your beautiful words to our other project ” Love Letters to Our Children ” ( link below) We will keep a part of your statement here. Please know you are not alone and one day your sons will be back with you. We will keep you in our hearts and prayers. Thank you for your participation. Much love to you.

      https://protectivemothersallianceinternational.org/love-letters-to-our-children/

  16. #1. He was an irresponsible father and won by lying and having his lawyer harass me illegally.
    I lost because I couldn’t afford legal help.

    #2. I hate knowing you aren’t being taken care of. I miss everything about you and wish I could scoop you up when you cry about wanting to come home.

    Sbee

    January 25, 2015 at 6:07 am

  17. The judge gave custody to my ex who is a narcissist. He had a good lawyer and money to hide behind. My lawyer did not present all of the evidence i submitted. The criminal history of my ex, domestic abuse evidence, and even the medical records were not good enough for the judge. Now all I do is worry,pray to get you back, and hope you are not being abused emotionally and mentally.

    Nathlie

    January 25, 2015 at 6:26 am

  18. When my husband beat me I ran and went into shelter. He abused my child. They put my children in his home even with medical evidence. “Their custody was a matter of controversy, and a sexual abuse case is under investigation” my youngest was 9 days old. I will cry over those two years the rest of my life. I was told to get over it. I will, when my children do.

    Julie

    January 25, 2015 at 9:13 am

  19. I have missed so much, concerts, parent-teacher conferences, plays, and birthdays for all 4 of my girls, all because I chose to protect my youngest from a man who didn’t want her. The judge gave him full custody. A narcissist who is abusive to them. All of them have issues because if him. I just want them back.

    M.M

    January 26, 2015 at 11:19 am

  20. Judge deemed me violent, dismissing police officers’ observations stating, “The Court is not bound by statements made in police reports.”

    A. R

    March 19, 2015 at 6:56 am

  21. I am currently going through family courts I am a victim of DV and so ismy 9 yr old son .quote from his councillor (my son is a damaged boy caused by DV emotional and physical caused by father whilst in fathers care courts and caffcass have chosen to ignore and still ordered to send my son to his fathers saying Mother is lying and I am emotionally harming my son and if he doesnt go I will go to prison loose my son .They are not listening to my sons wishes and feelings recently I was told I couldnt take my son with me when I had just found out that my mother had passed away justice in family courts doesnot exsist the are seriously emotionally harmung children ( punishment without a crime for Mothers and children the judges and caffcass need to be held accountable for the enormous mistakes that they have and still are doing ) Nobody have ever questioned my care for any of my children but one particular judge and family court are doing slowly but surely taking my parental responsibilities away and not listening to my SON !!!!!!

    E.R

    April 25, 2015 at 10:17 pm


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