child abuse story from Nathalie page was created August 7, 2007 and was
originally posted on July 30, 2007 as story #168.
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following child abuse story from Nathalie depicts: physical abuse and emotional
abuse at the hands of her grandmother
The child abuse effects on Nathalie: physical marks from beatings, feelings of betrayal by her grandmother and the system for doing nothing when the abuse was reported
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I am 14 yrs old and i live with my aunt which is currently taking care of me but my grandma has my full custody when i do something she doesn’t like or that SHE feels is wrong she tells me she is one step away from hiting me to death i still try to tell her that i still love her. one day I accidentally broke one of her expensive $60 glasswares and she pushed me against the bed and got a belt and hit me everywhere ... in the face, stomach, legs, back, even in my neck ... for a week i tried to hide all the streak marks along my whole body and she told me that i better keep quiet about it. one time when i was 10 she came and slapped me across the mouth. i called the police. but they did nothing to help me.
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Child abuse story from Nathalie was re-formatted June 6, 2015
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