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Feb 02, 2012
Janet:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Help others by helping your Self first. The questions you ask cannot be answered. There is no "good" reason "why". There is only an explanation. Understand that you did not "deserve" to be abused, and that you did nothing wrong. This wasn't about you at all. It was about your mother and your father, and how they were ill-equipped to deal with the life they were forced to live as children and then the life they chose as parents and adults. Obviously, your mother was deeply disturbed, and so was your father. You deserved to be treated with dignity and respect and love. And now it's up to YOU to give your Self that which you were denied. It starts with you ending the cycle of questioning why you because it wasn't you (or your siblings) at all. I strongly recommend some form of counselling or therapy in order to help you deal with the repercussions of all the abuse you endured. You deserve that in your life, and your children deserve to have a mother who is happy, healthy and Present. I send you love, light and healing energy, Janet. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Feb 07, 2012
The Horror
by: Anonymous

Janet, I can't believe that your dad would abandon you to the so-called care of that sick, sadistic monster of a mother and allow her to beat and berate you everyday...how dare he! She's a truly sadistic brute and if she didn't want to be there, she should've had the courage to give you up for adoption instead of sadistically abusing you. The path that she and your dad chose is inexcusable. As for your brother, he is no better; in fact, he is a sick pervert and he should go to jail because unless you report him, he could be offending other young girls as well, since perverts don't change their ways until they're made to stop. Oh, and beating you, pulling your hair, viciously banging your head against the wall and even brutally stabbing you in the arm were (and still are) just enough to throw that horrific poor excuse of a woman to prison for a long time. What she did was abuse and she should've been jailed for that. She was acting like a little 1-year-old trapped in a grown woman's body because she was stuck in her own childhood. You are not to blame for her psychopathic behavior; she was (and still is) to blame because she chose to abuse you. You were the child; she was the adult; she had all the power; she just chose to misuse that power over you. I really hope that you're in a safe place now and that you try counselling.

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