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This child abuse story from Kiylee page was created March 30, 2007 and was originally posted on March 25, 2007 as story #95.

Kiylee is from Broken Bow, Nebraska, USA

The following child abuse story from Kiylee depicts sexual abuse at the hands of her stepfather.

The child abuse effects on Kiylee: fear, depression, and a legitimate sense of military injustice

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Child Abuse Story From Kiylee:

It started off when I was 3. My mom would go to work and she would leave me with my sister's father. He would start to touch me and tell me that everything was fine, that it's what fathers do. I was scared, but I believed him at the time.

When I was 6, he called me to my mom's and his room. He was in his boxers and his button on the boxers was unbuttoned. He had his penis out. He told me that I was to obey him and do as he said and not to fuss about it.

Later that day, my mom went to work around 6 pm. I was asleep. I woke up and decided to go get a drink. When I got up, I saw Mike on the computer. Mike--father of my sister, molester. He told me to come over to him and sit on his lap. I did as he said. I was fully clothed with a long nightgown on. I was looking at the screen--it was naked females. I was grossed out. He started to move his hand from my leg to under my gown. I was praying to god that it was only a dream. I was hoping that I wouldn't have to face it at all. It continued further on. He told me that I was to undress, as if going to the shower. I was scared that he would hurt me if I didn't do what he told me to. But my mother walked in through the door, and I was glad. I didn't tell about what he did.

Four years later, I lived in Alabama. Mike and my mom were apart. I was on the porch, writing in my journal. My uncle came out and he saw me writing in big bold letters: I HATE MIKE AND I WISH HE WOULD DIE. He asked me what was wrong and why I was writing things like that. I told him EVERYTHING. He called my mom up at work and told her that she and I needed to have a conversation. When she got home, I was scared because I had kept all of this inside me and I couldn't help it. But if I did not talk about it soon, I would breakdown, like I normally do if I keep things inside too long.

I finally spilled and this went to court. When it was done, he had my little sister and nothing was done about me, because he was in the military and it was really messed up.

Now I live in Nebraska. I have a wonderful boyfriend that cares about me a lot. I am only 13, almost 14, but I know how life is and I know that whatever happens, my boyfriend will stick with me through everything and anything. He always has and always will.

I do have depression times, but I seem to get over them without medication. I do go back to that time a lot, and it scares me because Mike has my little sister and he can go a lot farther with her then he did with me . . . he has time to do it without getting caught.

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Child abuse story from Kiylee was re-formatted June 3, 2015

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