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Oct 27, 2010
Sarah:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Oct 28, 2010
A willing enabler for a mother...and a vicious beater for a father
by: Anonymous

Sarah, what your so-called parents did to you was very pathetic and ungrateful because they were truly twisted, confused, warped and cruel in their own ways of thinking...not to mention control freaks. They didn't deserve to have such a beautiful daughter like you; you didn't deserve to have such uncaring, uneducated, unloving, ignorant, cruel, twisted, sadistic, ruthless parents. As for your "mom", I am just as disgusted by her reactions towards you telling the police about your "dad"'s sadistic cruelty; I hate women who choose men over their own children because children should always come first. I hope that you try counselling because you are worth the help that you need.

Oct 29, 2010
Who protects the innocent vunerable child??
by: maurice

Sarah, your story is so true and so real for so many chidren still out there: Sarah it is your personal story: Your real life story and I am not for one minute coupling it with the many out there: It was your bottom that was ever so cruelly beaten by that beast and brute of a Father: When I look back at those years when the so called diciplineing was left to the Father's: Wait till your father comes home: Many a child was abused in this way: Cruel and sadistically: Their roars unheeded by the punisher or by their mothers who aided and abetted with them: Vicious times indeed: People who could do something about never did but stood idly by: It was a scandal that your mother would not let you be free of that no good Father: He should have been put away for good: Sarah; you were one very strong girl at twelve to realize educating yourself was away out of it all: Great you were so brave to stand up to him too: The damage was done then, the memory and the effects of such cruel beatings will remain: Please think about counselling as a way letting go: Sadly your bottom is a big part of your body and you will need alot of loving to erase the memories of his cruelty to it: You begin being gentle and kind to yourself and especailly your body and in particular your buttocks: Gentley soothe cream and lotions into it and make yourself and it feel good all over: It ain't a silly thing to be asked Sarah: You need to LOVE yourself: Build up your self Esteem: Lok in the mirror and say I AM BEATIFUL and I love me: Give yourself hugs and cuddles and time to soak: Have a friend or two your own age and gender: Who will hug and cuddle you: Love, Value, respect yourself NOW. move on in your life: A chat with a counsellor will put you in the right direction of letting go of your bad memories of that cruel and sadistic parent (s) Always believe in yourself:

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