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Apr 30, 2010
Kaylie:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Please tell your counsellor that your mother is still drinking, and that she's driving drunk with you in the car. You're right, it IS child endangerment; and you're worth more than that. But you must speak out. Your mother WILL seriously harm you, and quite possibly others too, if you don't. When she's on the road drunk, the car is a weapon, a weapon that will likely eventually kill someone. Consider the consequences of such a terrible thing: Your mother would end up in prison, and you could be dead. This is about your safety, Kaylie, as well as the safety of everyone who ever drives along the roads your mother drives. You do her—no one—no favours keeping this to yourself. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Apr 30, 2010
Keep on going...
by: Rach

I really admire you Kaylie... Life is tough and I'm glad God kept you safe :)... I'll be praying... Keep ging to counselling and make sure to tell ur counseller bout your mom...

May 01, 2010
Tell and share in total cofidentiality with your counsellor
by: maurice

Kaylie, great you are in counselling, you know what that means for you and hopefully your sister. Your Parents are aware why you are in counselling they my not know why because of they both being alcoholic's or heavy drinkers. Kaylie you be safe for your own good and for the good of your sister. You both need to be loved and cherished and your counsellor knows what is best for you both right now in the home you are growing up in. You must get your Mom away from behind that wheel, she will do danger to herself and you if she contionues to drive. As Darlene says she could kill people, other road or highway users. She must be taken off the roads. You are the young shoulders to carry your Mom's problems so you are the one to get her help and tell the authorities who will get her off the roads. Always believe in yourself, stay safe, you are a big girl now, intelligent and caring for yourself and indirectly your alcoholic parents, Stay with your counsellor, don't be afraid to really talk out all the hurts and feelings you have right now. Get on with living your life as normally as any teenager should, Have a healthy mind in a healthy body, take part in sports and cultural activities with your friends and class-mates. I will, I can, I must, because I am WORTH it

May 01, 2010
Your mom needs help
by: Anonymous

Kaylie, what your mother did to you is child endangerment and she really needs help, so the sooner you tell someone about it, the better.

May 03, 2010
Your mother needs a good supportive to help her.
by: Maureen

Kaylie, It is so sad to read your story,but I had a similar situation like this. My mother and father have been married for the past 7 years. Things got worst, my mother had to leave me in the care of my Rogue stepmother and my Alcoholic father,but things didn't get so bad. I went to a family and asked for some advice for my dad and it came through; he quit drinking and I have a happy life with my dad, so never give up on your mom, you can help her get over drinking. You are a leader girl.

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