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Feb 11, 2011
To Name Undisclosed:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Your brother DOES need to be stopped. You have every right to be concerned about his own two daughters. And while I know that your brother was old enough to know better, I also point the finger of blame smack dab on your parents. They relinquished control to him, and gave him free rein to do whatever he could get away with; which was severe abuse. He also set you up for failure. It wasn't about teaching you skills; it was about power and control. He's a manipulator. I believe he wanted you to fail so that he could keep controlling you. And yes, children around him are at risk. Please seek out some form of counseling to help you deal with the severe repercussions of enduring such terrible abuse at the hands of a nearly-sadistic brother, and the effects of parents who basically betrayed and abandoned you. You didn't deserve to be mistreated and your pleas ignored; you deserved understanding and patience, kindness and love. Of course you'd be bitter. Of course you'd be full of emotions. But now you must find a helpful way to deal with those emotions. And I wouldn't bother to talk to your parents about this just yet. You need to do some healing first. Seek out the professional help you need and deserve. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Feb 12, 2011
The sooner, the better...Darlene is right!
by: Anonymous

What your so-called brother did to you is pathetic and ungrateful because he is so twisted, sadistic and screwed up that he doesn't know how to take care of himself, let alone be a brother to you. He doesn't know how to love even himself; all he ever knew is hate. He should've known better all along. As for your parents, I am just as disgusted by their reactions towards you trying to turn to them for help. You don't need your terrible, sadistic, uneducated, ignorant psychopath of a brother; you don't need your uncaring, unloving, equally ignorant, criminally neglectful excuses for parents. You don't need to spend any time nor emotion with those kind of people who don't care about you...so the sooner you tell someone about it, the better. Darlene's right! Please get away from your poisonous "family" and tell someone you really trust and keep telling until he/she will finally listen to you.

Feb 12, 2011
horror
by: Tim L.

I can't believe your parents would abandon you to the care of this sick monster, and allow him to keep you up until 4am every night beating and berating you. How dare they! This is not "education," it is torture, and I'm sure there were public programs available that could have helped you learn English. If your brother didn't want to be there, he should have had the courage to leave instead of abusing you in this way. The path that he and your parents chose is inexcusable.

Don't think you need to forgive him; it is he who has the moral obligation after what he did to you. Don't accept his presence in your life, or blind ignorance of the harm that he caused you from anyone else. Do look into reporting him.

Nov 05, 2013
The Horror
by: Anonymous

I hope you're out of that house now; you've suffered enough. Your "brother" is mentally ill. As for your parents, it was their #1 job to protect you...and it's hard to believe that they chose to abandon their own natural instincts of protecting you from harm. TELL, TELL, TELL!!!

P.S. I've been there, since I know what it's like to have a dangerously abusive (older) brother.

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