Whether you've been blindsided or knocked down—emotionally, physically, or financially, this can put you in a negative place. Adversity can make you weaker—but it can also make you stronger. We invite you to a Free online speaker series starting May 22 where you will discover that you can Rebound With Resilience and emerge stronger! Take advantage of the Free Gifts also! Don't wait! Reserve your seat now &
get the interviews delivered right to your inbox everyday for 2 weeks!
Child Abuse - Clarifications of Rules on This Site
by Jim B
After reading the rules I feel another slap in the head. How can I write my story when the rules want me to be kind and gentle to the evil trash strangling young boys (Note from Darlene: This is not true: please see comments below). Naming the monsters who do this to us is vital. I guess it is my fault and we need to protect the abusers from any shame.
Should we start a sight to laugh it up, ha ha ha we can violently abuse our children and they will be muzzled by political correctness. Screw the victim again, That is so kind. Please tell me if you know sites where I can be open and honest
without having to hold the hand of my abuser in the process. Thank you
Note from Darlene: If I have not left a comment on your story, please understand that it is not personal; it's just that my hectic schedule no longer permits me to do so.
I hope you'll follow me on:Email addresses, phone numbers, home addresses AND website/blog URLs in submissions and visitor comments are STRICTLY prohibited. Please don't include them, as they will be removed.
Click here to read or post comments
Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Child Abuse Commentary.
Disclaimer: To the best of my knowledge the child abuse
stories on this site are true. While I cannot guarantee
this, I do try to balance the need for the submitter to be
heard and validated with the needs of my visitors.