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Feb 15, 2011
To Nameless:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Your mother is obviously troubled and confused about what is in your best interest. I'm delighted that you've told, and that your father is doing what he must in order to help keep you safe from harm. Yes, I understand your fear...it's warranted. What's even more important is that you keep trying to get the help you need by speaking out about what your mother is doing. If you don't, nothing can possibly change. So continue to be strong, and know that what your mother calls you are lies. You are worthy of dignity and respect and of love. You are smart and articulate and beautiful in your own right. Always believe that, because that's the REAL truth about you. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Feb 15, 2011
Your NOT stupid
by: Im a soldier

To Nameless your not stupid or lazy or fat you are achieving so much at a young age your mum is verbally abusing you and I think its emotional abuse as well but she is still abusing you. You are achieving As and Bs in school that is exellent im not an education expert but im sure the colleges will accept you with those grades but phone them anyway. For as long as you continue to be abused like that it will effect your confidence she is actually taking your self esteem which could lead to you not taking the opportunities due to lack of confidence. You are going for your driving licence that is brilliant I am 22 I still havn't got mine and I get paid to do it what does that say about me? I was emotionally abused I know what it feels like not like you but it is still potentialy damaging, Your mum may love you and she wants the best for you I don't know but she is abusing you and that ain't going to do you any favours.

Feb 15, 2011
darlene is right.
by: Anonymous

I dont know you or your life, and def dont know your mother, but i do know that sometime people got a hard time expressing themselves, and stuff. If you feel unhappy im gald you did sumthign about it. But make sure your mother get her understanding. Mothers dnt always mean to do things or say things, sometime its out of habit. It took me a while to really understood wht my mother wen through, and now i know when she say certin thigns she dont mean it. but everyone is diff. I just hope u'll b safe.

Feb 16, 2011
I'd bristle if I'd call you "Nameless"
by: Anonymous

Your mom is wrong. You are not fat; you are not lazy; you are not stupid; you are not worthless; you are not a b****; you are really beautiful, smart, articulate, intelligent and worthy of love, dignity and respect. Oh, and shame on her for not understanding your autism! Your mom has serious problems and she needs help...but you need help too, keep telling until he/she will finally listen to you and help you and your mom.

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