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Mar 03, 2011
Jawad:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Your mother has many problems, problems that she has taken out on you. What she doesn't understand is that there is/was a legitimate underlying cause to your bed wetting. Punishing you for it only made it worse. Do not believe the lies she said about you. You ARE worthy of life. You ARE worthy of dignity and respect. You ARE worthy of love. You ARE lovable. You didn't deserve to be abused. Don't ever forget that. The next time you remember your mother's terrible words to you about being less than a stone, turn that memory into message that is positive: a stone is solid and strong, and it has great purpose in the scheme of things even if that purpose is difficult to see. YOU, Jawad, are solid and strong and have great purpose. Always remember that. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Mar 03, 2011
Horror
by: Anonymous

Jawad, your mom is so twisted and cruel. She should've known better and loved and cherished you. You did nothing wrong. You are not to blame. Your mother is to blame because she chose to abuse and torture you. You were the child; she was the adult. She had all the power and she misused it against you. Where was your father? You deserved so much better than what your mother did to you; she didn't deserve you in her life. Please get away from this woman, tell someone you really trust and keep telling until he/she will finally listen to you and help you.

Mar 03, 2011
Always believe in yourself: You'll be the winner over your abuser
by: maurice

Jawad: My whole heart goes out to you simply because my mother was a single mom; 64 years ago for my mom to be pregnant was a sin; against church; agains the Irish Society she lived in: She was one great mother: strong willed determined and kept me and reared me: she was a blessing then. she is a blessing now in my life: your story almost brought tears to my eyes: You were not as blessed or lucky as I was: You had a tyarnt of a mother, unloving, uncaring of her beautiful child that she birthed out of her womb: Bed wetting in a percent of children, (I don't have statistic's) is natural, normal: But sadly society through the years did not understand the reason why: In the school I attended there were a small number who wet the bed; the B. Beast of the person over us did not have a clue about children behaviour in this natural area of their lives: like your mother even though he was only the guardian of the us; was sadistic in his treatment of such children. He did eeverything your mother did to you: I with the other boys used to hear their screams when he tried to beat the problem out of them: Your story is real, Please get help and there is help out there: You will be the winner over your sick, twisted minded mother who has oceans of problems herself: Hi don't you ever make your peeing in your bed at night time a problem: It happened naturally. there may have been reasons unknown to you at the time but you were not to blame or it was never a wrong: DARLENE has given you a woman's heart comment: read her words, you are intelligent, your are special, you'll make sense of her words and then begin to live your life to the full: Your bed wetting was as natural as the day you were born: speaking with a counsellor will deepen your knowledge as to why you pee'd in your bed. You just had one silly, stupid mother who humiliated you. abused you ina number of forms; Not your worry: hers in a big way: you'll be the winner over her: you were unlucky: but Hi there is life to be lived after abuse: You'll succceed@ don't Quit believeing in yourself: please act on Darlene's loving word to you: do something about what she wrote from her heart in her comment to you personally JAWAD

Jun 16, 2011
:)
by: Anonymous

always remember that your mum just doesnt know better, but you do...
you are a good person -feel confident in yourself when you finally move out of the situation, dont let her treatment weigh down on you and remember she was the one with the problemss and insecurities, not you, even though she has caused the insecurity in you.

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