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A Severe Case of Goody Twoshoesitis

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10 Apr 12 #322761 by Shi Tong
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I''m not sure if anyone knows, but how is it generally seen in court when someone has this medical condition?

We''re talking about someone who has taken almost no notice of anything for about 2 years (financial, and in terms of childcare routine) until about a week ago.

Suddenly she''s responsible for school dinners and is being so much "nicer" to the kids than she has been.

I''ve seen the socks pulled up before, but they''ve always come down again. This time she seems to have secured the socks in place..

In court, how is this condition treated?

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