Reply To: “How much shame and suffering are enough?”

David V C

Thank you so much for your bravery in replying to a NARSOL blog.
Apart from COVID -19, we are all in this together.
Really the people that are monsters are those that scorn and shame those that have family members or spouses that are on the registry.
People like you had NOTHING to do with their crime.
Also, just because your dad is on the registry does NOT mean he is a monster or a horrible person.
What would society be like if everyone shamed the families of everyone who committed some sort of a crime?
Essentially, it would be like society saying “Your dad robbed a bank and because you are his daughter you are just as bad!”
That is absolutely ludicrous to the point of being beyond absurd, but that is how this nation and much of society has became towards those on the registry and ONLY those on the registry.
It has became ‘socially and politically fashionable’ to fervently hate and scorn those on the registry so much now their hate boils over to the registrant’s families and spouses.
Now, all other crimes play second fiddle to sex offenses.
God Himself said “The son shall not bear the guilt of the father, nor the father bear the guilt of the son. The righteousness of the righteous shall be upon himself, and the wickedness of the wicked shall be upon himself.”
These people think they are better than God!!
Don’t be afraid to stand up for yourself and ask people or your former employer ‘Is it right that I, or you, bear the guilt for what someone else did?’
I can’t imagine anyone saying or believing in their heart that it is right once it is put in that perspective.
God loves you, Jill, and we love you, and you are not alone.