Our expert says:
Its usually laudible to fight for the rights of vulnerable folks --- but never forget that one of those rights is autonomy, and to be able to do what THEY wantm, rather than what you think is best for them.
Depending on the ages of the kids, wouldn't it be more useful for you to enable them to press for their own rights, rather than depend on you to do it for them ?
Maybe a valuable part of yopur own training, would be to see a personal counsellor, so as to be better able to us the principles in your own life which you're advicating in the lives of others
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