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Jan 13, 2010
You not only have the right, but the RESPONSIBILITY to keep your children safe from your abusive parents...
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me. There is a VERY high readership on this site, so rest assured, your story will be read by many of my visitors. As for distancing yourself from your parents, you don't need anyone's permission or validation to protect you and your children from an abusive environment. Anyone who says what your father said to you on that message has deep emotional problems, and as far as I'm concerned, can't be trusted around children. I would have done exactly as you did. And stop feeling guilty. Your mother is a grown woman who can make her own choices, which she has. She's chosen her abusive husband over her children...again. When she's ready to leave him and do what she has to do in order to prove that she can be trusted, then you can be there for her.

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Jan 13, 2010
Not on Deaf Ears
by: Karen W

Undisclosed, we do read the posts on here. I, for one, am reading posts several times a week. We are a support system here. Do not feel guilty for your mother not leaving your father. You were a child. You can cut the ties with your family. Sometimes it is easier to do that than being constantly reminded of the abuse. Your brother needs to seek help. I cut ties with my family because of the issues surrounding my abuse and abusers. My decision to sever ties was made easier upon learning my father was not my father. NEVER BLAME YOURSELF!! None of it was your fault. Hold your head high and use what happened to you as a stepping stone to create something positive.

Jan 19, 2010
Love, care, concern, from many hearts
by: maurice

Undisclosed beautiful and wonderful human being/ Male/female what matters you have become part of a loving caring concerned group with Darlene as the good steward to make sure you have found a safe and sure haven to tell your story as it happened to you. Darlene certainly allow that freedom to every one. Tell it as it happened in the hope that through her own very chosen words in her comment you will act on her advice and move on. She does not want you to keep sitting at your computer to tell your story she want you to get help so your healing process will begun. Do heed her words to you she sure wants what is your right and best for you. Always believe in yourself.

Jan 31, 2010
so similar
by: suz

Our stories are so similar in some aspects, it's like we almost had the same dad!
My mom, brother and I used to scramble to look busy as soon as we heard the truck coming down the road.
Peace to you my friend,
suz

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