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Oct 05, 2007
You must get help for yourself
by: Darlene Barriere

You said you are still in high school, but you did not say if you are still in this horrendously abusive environment. If you are, Maria, you must get help for yourself. You must tell someone who can help you. I urge you to contact Child Help USA at 1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453). They have professional counsellors available 24/7 who can guide you through the process of reporting and give you the support you need. You should not have to live this way. You deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. You deserve to have people around you who love, nurture and protect you. What Jay has done to you is not your fault. If this is still going on, you must take the first step in order for the abuse to stop. Given what you've described, your life is in danger if you don't.

Oct 05, 2007
thats sad
by: Anonymous

thats so sad!

Oct 05, 2007
by: brittney

im sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo sorry.
thts horrible!!

Oct 06, 2007
by: Maria Lilly

I just wanted to inform everyone that I am now living in a very safe enviorment.
I also want to thank everyone for their kind words. It means alot to me.

Oct 14, 2007
bless you
by: Anonymous

this is deffiently the worse one!
sorry this happened to you!
you were so brave!!

Oct 28, 2007
I am so sorry you had to go through that
by: Cierra

My biological father raped me every day, and every night for 3 years. I am pretty sure I know at least a little of how you feel I am only 13 years old, but my childhood ended at age 5. At 6 years old I was being abused, being raped, and believe it or not I was raising a baby. My therapist has told me on numerous occasions that I act the mature, grown, intelligent age of 17. She says that I was forced to grow up way before I should have.
Anyways I know the cold dark feeling about the world you appear to have, I know that it painfully lingers, but your fears will subside, I cannot promise you they won't dissapear but I will say you are worth the struggle and chalenges of life. TAKE MY WORD FOR IT!

Oct 30, 2007
by: Angelica Zinke

I'm in high school too, i feel for ya man. You gave me chills when i read Sing-songy...its so not your fault. I wish i could make you feel content with yourself but i cant i dont even know you. All i want to say is try not to let that asshole control your life through your anxieties hes not f***ing worth it...uhh i hate him...whatever l8r man

Oct 31, 2007
Thank you
by: Maria Lilly

Thank you all so for your support and kind words.
I am planing on writing out another "story" more about my healing and less about the abuse.
When i figure out what to write i will post it.

thank you,

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