Kindness matters - always
- Jul 24, 2015
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The variation in animal care from one place to the next is probably this. It's unfortunately common for people to get pets, love on them, and then tire of them. Sometimes it's when puppyhood is over. Sometimes it's when the newness wears off. Often they end up chained once people tire of them. And this happens with people who otherwise live normal lives.Great post,
The fixation for Disney wasn't for the kids IMO, it was for Louise and David. It is possible that when the children were infants they were loved, because that was a part of LT dream of Disney, the cute little people, the dolls. I wonder of Louise had this obsession with Disney as a little girl? Both David's and her own narcissist behavior. LT thinking babies are cute, but more important to her the easiest to control. But how did she and David deal with what is know as the "terrible two's" To the Turpins, when did the children stop being cute and becoming a burden to them?
We can collect from the evidence that as the children aged, the needed to be controlled more and more with harsh discipline to maintain the Turpin's demands on conformity within the home. Once Louise and David stopped caring about something, there was no going back to correct a wrong. Because Louise and David in their twisted minds were never wrong. I think the only other things that she cared about that weren't her own dillusions, were what David made her care about, and the fear of retaliation by him if she didn't do as he demanded. Two narcissist controlling freaks, who over the years blending those ideas of religion, domination, abuse and this leading to torture of their own children.
Louise wanted children because of her fanatical religious beliefs that encouraged offspring. But once the babies were no longer cute, she wanted as little to do with them as possible. David being from the same faith was agreeable to that. When the love of the babies stopped, the neglect and the abuse began and intensified over time. When the cuteness becomes a burden to the Turpins, they want nothing to with kids any more. Doing barely enough to keep them alive. (I recall the pizza shop employee said that Louise would come in every other day for a chicken sandwich, no tomato, or a slice of pepperoni. Dear God, who only buys one slice of pepperoni? I could see her eating a whole chicken sandwich and offering one of the kids, only one slice of pepperoni.
Louise as a control freak I think could care less about a filthy house. Being a narcissist, cleaning was to demeaning for her. Wonder why this did not bother David? Seriously, I think that if they could have gotten away with killing their kids and throwing them in a dumpster they would have done just that. Was death coming next on their horror train if that brave and wonderful girl did not escape for help?
It is strange that the Maltese dogs were so well cared. But I read back in Texas, and maybe even in their California home that they left two dogs behind that were so starving that ate diaper dung that was all over the house. And there was an abandoned crying kitten rescued from a dumpster. I heard a rumor about dead dogs found on one of the properties, first California home, or Texas home. I have no explanation for the wide variation in animal care by the Turpins.
Now compare that to the kids and what happened when they began to grow up.
IMO, these dogs also would have eventually been abandoned/neglected just as previous dogs and cats were.
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