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May 07, 2011
Chava:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Try not to compare the abuse you've endure with what others have endured. It's the effects of child abuse that you must deal with, whatever those effects are; and you wrote quite eloquently just how emotionally devastating going through what you've gone through is like. I suggest you read through some of the pages on my site, in particular types of emotional abuse, (especially terrorizing), physical abuse, abuse vs discipline, and signs of physical abuse. I think you'll be able to find the answers you're looking for among these pages. Whether or not your mother has cancer, whether or not she survives, you are dealing with the repercussions of your mother's rages, even if they aren't continuing now. You need help for that. Please seek out some form of counselling in order to help you deal with all of this. Talk to a school counsellor or some other trusted adult. You didn't deserve to be mistreated, Chava. You deserve help for the fact that you were,. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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May 08, 2011
Your mom is out of control
by: Anonymous

Chava, your mom is wrong. You are not a b****; you are not bad; you are not careless; you are not rude; you are a good person. You are not an abuser; your mom is the one that is abusing you. Never believe any of those lies that she was spewing. Something's seriously wrong with your mother and she needs help. Oh, and you are not to blame for her nearly-sadistic behavior; she is to blame because she chose to abuse you. You were the child; she was the adult; she had all the power and she only misused it over you, so please tell someone you really trust and keep telling until he/she will finally listen to you and help you.

May 08, 2011
I am very special: I am highly gifted: Always Believe in Yourself
by: maurice

Chava: Please follow Darlene's loving, caring, concerned, encourageing words from her heart to YOU Chava: Hi it was your bottom that felt those spanks/belt not another's bottom: Don't compare as Darlene lovingly ask you not to: SHE wants what is the best for you so you can begin YOUR healing from the abuse of your mother: Shame on her fro treating her beautiful innocent vunerable child by humiliating you: Soap in the mouth: Chava please be gentle and kind to yourself and your body: It is yours: it is beautiful keep it so by hugging and cuddleing it from time to time out of love for yourself and it: From Today Chava: Let your mottoo be I WILL I CAN I MUST BECAUSE I LOVE ME AND I AM WORTH IT: That is why Darlene asked you not to compare: I am me: I am gifted, tallented, in MY own right: Have a healthy mind in a healthy body: so get out an about with your friends, class mates taking part in team sports and sporting and cultural activities: My motto: I WILL etc Chava; You'll make real and true friends for life: Stay safe: Be safe: Read Darlene's empowering loving words from her heart only for YOU: She wants only what is the very best for YOU Chava

May 13, 2011
That is not how normal familys are
by: Liz

I think if you are still at home you should contact the ministry of children and family Development or Tell a teacher that is not how family's are Your mother had no right to hurt you you werrn't a bad girl. I hope your life is getting better :)

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