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Jan 07, 2011
Louisa:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

You need someone to talk to about what your mother is doing. Please consider contacting one of the hotlines listed on my stories page, depending on where you live, in order to talk to someone confidentially. You don't deserve to be mistreated. You deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. Always. And just for the record, always remember that in spite of the things your mother says and does, you ARE lovable and worthy. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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

Louisa, your mom is wrong. You are not fat; you are not ugly; you are beautiful. You are not mean; you are nice, good, sweet, brave and wonderful. You are not retarded; in fact, you are smart, intelligent, clever, bright and articulate. Your mom has serious problems and she needs help...but you need help too, so the sooner you tell someone about it, the better. She is really twisted and confused in her own ways of thinking. Oh, and did I mention that your mom is also abusing your sisters by grooming them to be antisocial towards you? She should've really known better and loved and cherished you. Most sisters/brothers should always play with their younger siblings, not learn to hate them...so, like I said, please tell someone you really trust such as a friend, teacher, police officer, principal, church member, a friend's parents, a sympathetic grandma/grandpa/uncle/aunt/cousin and keep telling until they will finally listen to you. Oh, and where's your dad in all this?

Jan 10, 2011
Always believe in yourself: Get help: I will: I can: I must because I am WORTH it
by: maurice

Louisa: this is true; you are special, unique, you are lovable, you are gifted, you have tallents so in time you will understand this affirmation but you must ALWAYS BELIEVE IN YOURSELF: You Mother is very wrong, very unloving, very cruel on you emorionally effecting your self esteem: It won't be easy but do try and not believe anything she say about you that is negative: No child deserves to be abused no matter what form that might take: No child deserves to be picked on espececially by a mother while treating your other two sisters differently: YOU MOTHER is wrong Louisa: Have a friend or two at school that will be close to you: stand up and by you: who will keep your secrets and help you to believe in yourself: Now Darlene has written her heartfelt comment to you: read it slowly, try and understand she wants what is the best for you: has given you some good advice for you to take on board and get real help: talk to kind teacher even a school counsellor: You'll be fine Louisa once you try and put Darlene's comment into practise

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