Wow, I couldn’t believe this until I saw it myself. Indianapolis “stepfamily counselor” Kela Price published something I find quite astonishing for someone who claims she is for children. Here is her bio from the Examiner, where she recently posted an article titled “Children speak up about relationships with their fathers post divorce“:
Second wives are often recruited to the Father’s Rights movement, to show they have women on board with them and give them more credibility. Often though, after several years, the FR groups will throw them away when they have lost their usefulness. They are easy recruits…they see what their current husbands deal with their exwives and the children.
Kela recently published an article on her local blog called “Blended family karma – what goes around always comes back around.”
Read what Kela gets miffed over:
Two weeks ago my husband went to visit his son (he lives 3 hours way). Two weeks prior to that, he informed his ex-wife that he was coming to see him play in his baseball game. She responded by giving him directions and the phone number to the facility just in case he got lost.
Gee, sounds pretty nice of her to do that, I know a lot of custodial fathers who would not do that, much less even let the moms see their own kids.
When he got there the game was being cancelled due to rain, so he told his son (K) that he’d take him out to dinner instead. K was excited and ran to tell his mom that he was going out to dinner with my husband and she said no because they had plans. My husband told her that they couldn’t have plans because they had planned to be at the baseball game but it was cancelled. He took him to dinner anyway and returned him to her home 2 hours later.
That is pretty crappy, they had plans and her husband took him anyway….oh well. Life goes on, dad had dinner with son. This is where it gets nasty…the very next paragraph, still carrying on about the same event:
At nine months pregnant she was still up to her old game of “keep away.” I couldn’t believe that she had the energy or even the desire to do so. There was absolutely no reason why she shouldn’t have agreed to let him go. Did she really expect my husband to drive 3 hours to see his son for 5 minutes and then leave? Surely not. My husband came home really upset; mainly because of the position that she put K in. He didn’t want to argue with her in front of K, but he also didn’t want to turn around after driving 3 hours and not spend any time with his son. It was a tough decision and he didn’t understand why he had to be in that position in the first place. He was tired and completely frustrated with the situation and we all have been for quite some time now. Two days later, while walking our dog, my husband received a phone call from a very emotional K saying that his mother LOST THE BABY! She was 36 weeks pregnant, went into the hospital for spotting and the doctors told her that the baby had no heartbeat. The universe is shifting!
It is no coincidence that the same woman who snatched my husband’s son away from him after years of developing a close bond and wonderful relationship with him and for no reason at all, had her baby snatched away as well. Hopefully now she and her husband truly understand what it feels like to love, prepare for, bond with and sacrifice so much for a child, only to have him snatched away for reasons that can’t be explained…
Well, I don’t have the words now for this “certified” counselor. Telling a mom she deserves to have her baby die is very wicked. I hope that Indianapolis people become aware of this so-called “counselor” and how she really feels about children. Who in the hell certified her? They need to know about this! I believe she may need some heavy-duty counseling for herself and her own twisted issues. Kela Price puts the monster into Stepmonster…
To the mom who lost her baby, my condolences to you dear.
COMMENTS FROM ORIGINAL BLOG POST ON
It’s too bad that you are basing your judgement on something that you have no knowledge of. I wish you knew our entire story before publishing this post, but we all speak from our respective pain. I’m sorry about what you have experienced that has caused you to write this vicious post about someone you do not know, but you are certainly free to have your own opinion; even if it’s without substance. Go back and re-read the post. It is not a celebration of a baby’s death. As a matter of fact, I expressed my sympathy for the ex-wife, despite what she’s done to my family. It is about a life lesson! I’ll pray for you.
Peace and Blessings,
Certified Stepfamily Counselor (who has helped MANY with the challenges of stepfamily life.
This is disgusting and thank you for finding this.Exposethetruth
August 1, 2009 at 2:11 am
Wow Kela, your idea of a life lesson is pretty icky.mothersoflostchildren
August 1, 2009 at 2:20 am
It is said that true understanding comes only from a person who has experienced a similar event. I could wish that this-”Kela”? experience this kind of learning.
Apart from that-many humans have a sense of empathy- that enables them to appreciate another’s situation-even if they have not had a similar experience. Those that don’t- have a serious lack. Even animals of different species have been seen playing together and helping each other.Animals of the same species often help each other.Only predators attack a vulnerable- – — -. What an atrocious example of a human-an example of the worst kind.
Just re-read a comment by- the-one-who-has-no-empathy. A life lesson? So- if you get cancer- it will only be a life lesson-for the text you published. Pray for -the blog writer ? Somehow that is an insult of the lowest kind. Perhaps I should pray for you to have a life lesson.
Oh and Kela, we know YOUR side of the story. What is MOM’s side of the story? Truth is probably somewhere in between. And who knows whose side it is closer to, but reading some of your monster rants, I think she is probably telling more truth.
But that again is just MY opinion in dealing with hundreds of stepMONSTERS through my blog.
…I hope mothers like you don’t ever get your children back. Oh and before I get a bunch of angry emails, the email address isn’t real. I don’t wish to engage in a bunch of childlike behavior that so many ex-wives wish to do. We “stepmonsters” are just trying to raise children…
Kela, Kela, Kela. You do need help. Get checked for multiple personality syndrome. Your credibility isn’t looking so hot. Of course the e-mail isn’t real…you went to gmail and made a fake account, then posted the comment from your computer. These are your words posted here, expressing some type of twisted joy over a baby dying. You really are certified…
Candace’s IP: Author Candace (IP: 184.108.40.206 , ppp-70-236-4-32.dsl.ipltin.ameritech.net)
Kela’s IP: Author Kela (IP: 220.127.116.11 , ppp-70-236-4-32.dsl.ipltin.ameritech.net)Candace
August 2, 2009 at 12:23 pm
…You are the monsters and like Candace said….
ROFLMAO!!! Kela, you need to wait before the fake comment is posted before commenting on it….LOL. Really, check into that multiple personality thing, and maybe ask about getting a special on anger management classes…
Author : Kela (IP: 18.104.22.168 , ppp-70-236-4-32.dsl.ipltin.ameritech.net)
Author : Candace (IP: 22.214.171.124 , ppp-70-236-4-32.dsl.ipltin.ameritech.net)
Author : Arielle (IP: 126.96.36.199 , ppp-70-236-4-32.dsl.ipltin.ameritech.net)Arielle
August 2, 2009 at 12:45 pm
Oh my, Kela that’s not very nice coming from someone who is “qualified”. It seems like your true personality has been revealed over and over.
I feel so sorry for any children in your care, step and biological.
How did you find this blog anyway, googling your name daily?Exposethetruth
August 2, 2009 at 9:20 pm
Bullshit! Kela apart from being a witch, you are also a liar!Exposethetruth
August 2, 2009 at 11:08 pm