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Mar 09, 2010
AJ:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

I can only hope that your brother actually steps up and really does take care of you and keeps you safe. You've had enough betrayal and abandonment in your life. Remember this: You are NOT all those terrible things your mother called you. She was sick and twisted in her thinking. It wasn't about you; it was all about her and her mental problems. AJ, you ARE worthy of dignity and respect. You ARE lovable. And you ARE smart and you ARE special. After all, you survived some of the worst abuse out there. Don't ever forget that. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Mar 09, 2010
This is horrible
by: TAB

And I believe EVERY word of it as I've withstood the same horrors * abusers do so much without witnesses, so it's always our word against theirs. I wish you didn't have to go through this. I, too, wish your brother would get official help for you. You should NOT be enduring this.

Mar 10, 2010
I did not ask to be birthed by such a mother. It was not my fault
by: maurice

AJ1 Darlene sure wrote a comment that I hope will make you feel good about yourself. What misery your Sick Mental Mother put you through: She needs real help, As my mother was a wonderful single Mom when it was not easy for her to be in 1946. I did not ask to be born to be the child of a single Mom. I wanted a Father/Mother in my life. AJ1 that was my destiny. The great difference is that my mother was a true mom. Your Mom certainly was the opposite. A woman/Mother who gives birth is the most wonderful. The Majority are real Mothers acknowledgeing The gift of a child or children. Sadly there is the smaller percent who should never have birthed children. Your mother is one of those each of her children are precious and special and equal in their own right. That is what you have to believe from this day on. I am precious and special to be me in my own right and dignity. I did not ask to be birthed by such a mother. I did not deserve to be so cruelly treated and abused by her. AJ1 please don't dwell on what she did to you. Yes, get counselling for all you went through. LOVE the beautiful and wonderful me in the MIRROR. I can: I will: I must: because I am WORTH it. AJ1 Always believe in YOURSELF. Your Brother will help you every step of the way. Trust yourself by trusting him, your closest and real friends, Don't let anyone else ever to put you down, lower your self esteem, Value you own self dignity which is your right. Your dignity must be valued and respected by all who really LOVE and Care about you. Have a real FRIEND outside your natural boy/girl relationships. One who will be there for you. hug you, be gentle and kind to you. Listen to you, Cry/laugh with you. but will be there for you no matter what. A true friend AJ1 is the precious jewel each of us deserve in our life. Darlene has opened up her big womans heart in what she encouraged you to be in her comment. She surely is very special who has worked through her own horrific abuse to be the professional caring relationship Lady that she is effectionately known as where ever she goes. AJ1. you can trust her. Her words to you are true and from her heart. She and all her 1000's of visitors are behind you. Have a healthy mind in a healthy body. get out and about involving yourself with your own age-group being active and alive in sporting and cultural activities. There is safety in numbers. There is greatness and goodness in a very real and natural way in likeminded people like yourself. OK off that bottom of yours. Let go and let GOD be your inner strength and believe in yourself.

Mar 10, 2010
your are very lucky
by: unknown

you are very lucky to be a live and i will pray for you and i hope your brother would have paid more attention to you and maybe you would of got out there faster then what you did

Mar 11, 2010
A Monster for a Mother
by: Anonymous

AJ, what that beast of a mother did to you was and still is pathetic, sadistic and ungrateful. I am sorry that you didn't have a good mother. She didn't deserve to have a wonderful child like you, but most of all, AJ, you certainly didn't deserve to have such an uneducated, sick, unloving, uncaring, twisted, malicious, ignorant, brutal, cruel, sadistic and ruthless mother. I am delighted that you are in a safe place now and that this loser scum of a mother is still in jail for all those terrible and sadistic crimes that she committed against you. BTW, you're not stupid; you are smart and articulate. I hope that you'll try counselling. Be brave, AJ, and stay strong.

Jan 15, 2012
Agianst Child Abuse
by: Private

That is a very sad story.Im glab that the little girl is happy now.I am totally agianst Child Abuse.

Apr 04, 2013
The Horror
by: Anonymous

AJ, your mom is deeply troubled and sadistic. I know you wanted love from her. As for your brother, kudos to him for calling the cops on your mother; I can only hope that she remains incarcerated for all those terrible crimes that she committed against you.

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