Comments for Child Abuse Story From Name Undisclosed96

Click here to add your own comments

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

You already know that living with your mother is toxic. You can't change that you have MND, but you can make choices for yourself that are healthier than staying with the woman who abused, and continues to abuse, you. There are always options, but you have to be prepared to make a different choice, difficult as that may be. The choice of staying with your mother can't be helping your disease. If you haven't already, check into the resources available to you through a local chapter of an ALS/MND Society. Reach out for any help that might be out there for you. You deserve so much better than what you've now chosen for yourself. In essence, you've chosen to abuse yourself in much the same way your mother always has. If that doesn't change, if you don't start making your Self a priority, the downward spiral will not reverse. Only YOU can reverse this downward spiral. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me, and I wish you all the best.

From Victim to Victory, a memoir
Darlene Barriere
Webmaster: www.child-abuse-effects.com
author. speaker. survivor. coach
From Victim to Victory, a memoir

May 11, 2011
The Horror
by: Anonymous

Your mom is wrong. You are not a weirdo; you are not mentally ill; she is the one with serious problems and she needs help. Oh, and she is so twisted and messed up in her own ways of thinking that she doesn't even know how to take care of herself, not to mention be a mother to you. Oh, and threatening to hurt your beloved cats is exactly what I'd like to call animal cruelty. Oh, and did I mention that she also even abused your brother mostly by teaching him to be anti-social towards you? Oh, and you are not to blame for her nearly-sadistic, messed up behavior; she is to blame because she chose to abuse you. You were the child; she was the adult; she had all the power and she just misused it over you, so please tell someone you really trust and keep telling until he/she will finally listen to you and help you.

May 12, 2011
Be Brave: Be strong. Be persevering in seeking what is the right way forward
by: maurice

Undisclosed 96: Get to grips with yourself: You'll be fine: Don't Quit, Don't give up on yourself: I can make it: I can live MY life to the full even with motor neuron etc: I have known many who had it and lived good lives: You must have to the will to reverse your downward spiraling: Think positive: Act positive: Be positive: You do need help: You do need treatment: You do need to get away from that woman (so called mother) to make progress: You are intelligent too much so to be thinking ever so negative about yourself: Always believe in yourself: You a young thinking adult now in your own right, get out and about making new friends, meeting people who will value and respect you for the good man you are today: I am certain too you are aware that some form of counselling will help you greatly: Hi: Read Darlene's comment to you pesonally: She has offered empowering words of encouragement and affirmation: You be the winner over your mother: She must not rule your life after abusing you emotionally and verbally: There is life to be lived after abuse: But you must act and get up and doing something about it: Widen your horizons lift yourself out of the morass of your life: I can: I will: I must: because I am WORTH it.

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Write Your Child Abuse Story.

Return to Child Abuse Story From Name Undisclosed96

Disclaimer: To the best of my knowledge the child abuse
stories on this site are true. While I cannot guarantee
this, I do try to balance the need for the submitter to be
heard and validated with the needs of my visitors.



E-book: Victim To Victory

From Victim to Victory
a memoir

How I got over the devastating effects of child abuse and moved on with my life

Read more...

Most Recent

  1. The reasons I've been absent

    Nov 14, 17 01:30 PM

    It's been another challenging time for me. As I actively work toward an online program for survivors of sexual abuse, I've also had to deal with issues at home. Hubby has been diagnosed with 2 types o…

    Read More

  2. I Self Medicate

    Jun 26, 17 04:40 PM

    When I was 3 we left Illinois for Arizona. The day we left my grandfather had a heart attack and died. I have one uncomfortable grainy memory of him. I

    Read More

  3. Ongoing Abuse

    Jun 06, 17 03:03 PM

    I'm 15/16. I am still getting abused physically, mentally and verbally by my family especially my mother. I don't understand what to do to overcome this.

    Read More

E-book: Victim To Victory

From Victim to Victory
a memoir

How I got over the devastating effects of child abuse and moved on with my life

Read more...