Relationship Violence Story From Bianca

by Bianca
(Location Undisclosed)

Baby Daddy: 
Met him at the age of 13 he was 14 at the time, he was one of my serious relationship ; brang him into the family and i was brung into his. things were great ; wondeerful; i ended up pregnant at the age 15 gave during my pregnancy i will be up all night vrying looking through all his stuff - crying all night because i know he was out there doing me wrong. after giving birth to most adorable baby boy -EVERYTHING changed, it wasnt the same boyfriend i had when i was 13. ( we met 2005 ) i kept catching him doing me wrong he started hanging with the wrong crowd began to become a drinker and smoker and began to go crazy ; it went from shooting all his anger into words - from shooting his punch into my face .for any little thing. i delt wit that for almost bout 2 years ; my mom my dad try so much to keeep me away but i just kept going baxkk. but i just didnt care, after my dad past away ( rip ) i realized alot . i started staying away .everythings been better ; my baby is 2 years old i have a great boyfriend by myside . we do have our rough times but things are great .

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Mar 28, 2010
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Mar 28, 2010
you are a baby too , mom and dad i bet think of you as precious baby too
by: Anonymous

wow, you a baby too why did you want to grow up so bad, so fast

you should be out there both of you doing fun things maybe get state funded day care go to school and do fun things you and your new boyfriend , you just a baby too your mom and dads baby remember that .

Apr 17, 2010
When will they ever learn???
by: Maurice

Idiots of males who feel they a God's or someone's gift to women. Bianca, you were sure unlucky, but you were also unfair to yourself staying with such a ?????? nameless but I think you know what I mean. You seem to have been in an ideal sitution bot your families approved of your friendships. Your Parents got to know him better than you or his parents did. It was a hard lesson for you to learn Bianca but hopefully you telling your story wil help other teen girls to be in charge in building a relationship
frindship. We are living in 2010 not the ignorant years of yesteryear. Bianca, thank you, Always believe in yourself, be in charge of your own and your childs destiny. Don't be fooled, don't stay in a relationship ever of anyone tries hitting or beating you even controlling you. Never right, You must protect your child NOW. make living your life safe for both of you. I hope you present boyfriend will value, love and respect you for the good mother and young woman you are. You have learned the hard way. Get out there with like-minded women having a healthy mind in a healthy body. walking/climbing team sports, cultural activities. There is learning and safety in numbers. Have a real friend or two outside of your relationsips. Most important. Your family, A trusted and loyal friend is a precious jewel. Off your bottom now and live well, laugh alot, love much. Maybe a word in a counsellors ear will benefit you no end. be safe, be true to yourself, your family, your friends and GOD.

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