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Feb 13, 2014
Bee:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Your parents set you up for abuse. They belittled and berated you in ways that opened the door for someone to take advantage of you and your vulnerability. They called you a liar. They told you how worthless and unwanted you were. How could you possibly tell them the deepest darkest secret of your life; they wouldn't have believed you. Whatever their reasons for targeting you, it wasn't you...it was them. They were the troubled ones. And their problems, whatever they were, they projected onto you because it was easy. You couldn't defend yourself. And now you're defending people who cannot defend themselves as a result. How perfect is that! Keep up the great work, Bee! The world needs wonderful beautiful compassionate people like you! I send you love, light and healing energy. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Feb 13, 2014
You are better!
by: Linda

Bee....Separate yourself from you abusers, tell your mom, your not a child anymore and let her know how you feel about her behavior. You're a strong, grownup woman now, and don't have to take your parents abuse anymore. Tell them to act right, or get out! I admire people like you who want to protect children, I wish I'd had someone like you in my corner during my childhood....take care.

Feb 14, 2014
You're amazing bee
by: Theforeighner

Hey bee,

Thank you very much for sharing the story. You are truly a strong individual. You are affectionate and caring and don't let any one, anyone tell you other wise. You have stood up and shown your kids what an amazing mother you are. A person who gives love wholeheartedly rather than buy it through jealousy or manipulation is a truly amazing person. You gave me a reason to live, a motivation to say to I can do it! You're amazing.. and this valentine's day you've shown me that true love is giving. Thank you!

Mar 03, 2014
Strong woman, great mother
by: Sakura M

Bee you are an amazing woman, who shown her kids that you are a better person, Separate yourself from you abusers, tell your mother, your not a child anymore and let her know how you feel about her behavior. You're a strong, grownup woman now, and don't have to take your parents abuse anymore. Tell them to act their age or ship out of your life if they are not going to act their age. That is what my Foster mother (aunt) did to her parents since they kept belitting her for being pregnant at 19 years old with my cousin.

Sure your parents made a mistake by having your mother being pregnant at a teenage age but it doesn't give them a right to take their behavior out on you. And treat your sister like a princess while they treated you so poorly and your mother saying to your children that they should be with your sister since she said she was a saint. But that was all a lie she wasn't a saint she didn't believe that her's and your parents were treating you poorly. As darlene said 'Whatever their reasons for targeting you, it wasn't you...it was them. They were the troubled ones. And their problems, whatever they were, they projected onto you because it was easy. You couldn't defend yourself. And now you're defending people who cannot defend themselves as a result.' Which is a great applaud for you Bee.

I wished i had someone like you in my life to take me out of my house when i was a boy and left for being feral.

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