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May 11, 2011
Kai:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Thank you for sharing your story and your important message with my visitors and me. And while I agree that we have to rely on ourselves, I also believe that no matter what the circumstances, at some point, we do need to reach out for help. Though I do understand your decision to go it alone, when the time comes, I do hope you will reach out. Staying strong does not have to mean beating the crap out of others or pushing everyone away. Staying strong comes from a much deeper place than that, the place of Self. I do wish you all the best. And peace to you too, Kai.

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May 11, 2011
hi
by: Anonymous

thank u for sharing your story well im kinda in the same position and i wnt give up i wnt

May 11, 2011
amazing
by: Anonymous

U r amazin n strong. Good for u.

May 11, 2011
So many crimes committed
by: Anonymous

Kai, first of all, my condolences to your loving mother because I know what it's like to lose someone you are really close to to a car accident. Second of all, I'm sorry to hear about your so-called dad because he is a truly sadistic, tyrannical beast...and a cowardly one too. Oh, and when he didn't get what he craved from you, which is utter and complete submission, he sadistically shot one of your best friends. Kai, he is truly evil, sadistic and malicious and he should go to jail not only for killing your friend, but also for all other terrible crimes he committed against you because you and your friends did nothing wrong. You are not to blame for his sadistic behavior; this beast is to blame because he chose to abuse and torture you. You were the child; he was the adult; he had all the power and he misused it over you, so please tell someone you really trust such as teachers, a principal, your friends, your boss and even your co-workers and keep telling until he/she will finally listen to you and help you. Oh, and don't ever let that sick, sadistic beast of a father destroy you; please look into reporting him to the police.

May 12, 2011
A practical note...
by: Anonymous

Hi, I know you'll probably hate me for saying this. First of all, I do think you are a very strong person and I am glad that you chose to be different than your biological father. It is also great that you have wonderful memories of your mother because this is what will keep you going. Remember those good times! On the other hand, I believe that right now you are running on fumes. Im not saying you arent strong all Im saying is that I am worried that once you get yourself out of this place, you might experience a "low" cause lets face it: what you are going through is not only abuse its also being constantly terrorised!! Please consider getting some help in the future once you have sorted out your life because those experiences, no matter how strong one is, come back later on to haunt us. Again please do not take this as a way for me to put you down. Nobody is saying you arent strong! But no person has to deal with this crap! Honestly! On a practical note, make sure you keep your money safe from this man so that he wont be able to get hold of them and jeopardise your escape! And plan ahead carefully. I know he is threatening you that he's got connections and all that, BUT there are actually tons of things you could do to either put him behind bars or live a life of your own without having to change countries for him! You do know you could change your name right? And he doesnt need to know. I think this is your safest bet of all so he wont able to get hold of you. And dont use credit cards before you change your name cause if he's "connected" he'll track you down easily!I do hope that one day you will take legal action against him cause after all he IS capable of killing people and actually has! Save yourself and then save others. And keep strong. Please do not live like a recluse the rest of your life. Hang in there!!! Im wishing you all the best!

May 12, 2011
Always believe in yourself: You'll be the winner over your abuser :
by: maurice

What a positive constructive attitude you have about living your life to the full after all you've been through at the hands of that sicko of a Father of yours: He sure treated you wrongly: He used and abused you: He humiliated you making you live in fear of him: Great you have a brave outlook in life for your own betterment: Kai please have at least one true friend your own age and gender who will make you feel your the best: Hug and cuddle you when you need to be loved in a special way: This friend will help you be strong in your pursuit of true happiness in life: Kai I say Celebrate you: You are worth celebrating: You are worth everything: You have immense potential to love, to care, to create, to grow, You're loved in spite of everything: So love yourself, nourish the good within you and thanks for your very inspiring words to others: Hi Kai: Darlene gave your real heart words to ponder on: read her comment slowly soak into your heart her loving re-assuring words from a woman's heart to your personally: Have ahealthy mind in a healthy body: I guarantee if you begin to take part in team games with your fellow studetns a whole new world will open up for you and them: You are gifted: you are tallented: You sure have leadership qualities: Share them: Stay safe: Be safe: Stay in education: you'll be free to live your life to the full soon: make the best of it: I will: I can: I must because I am WORTH it:

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