In Norway, a parent’s history (their past) is often used by barnevernet, Norway’s CPS, to take a mother’s newborn baby after birth.
If you had a difficult childhood, or moved multiple times, been in touch with psychiatric health care or the police at any time, then you are facing the high risk of losing your newborn child.
If you made a mistake in your past, you will make a mistake in the future – this is the mindset of the Norwegian CPS professionals today.
Dissimilar to the majority of other countries, such historical information has a great importance in Norway – and sometimes the children are taken immediately after birth.
The parents are not given a single chance to prove themselves as caregivers. This is one of the most important differences between the Norwegian CPS and CPS in other countries today.
The possibility of a parent’s history becoming…
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