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Apr 18, 2010
Sasa:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Don't believe the lies you are being fed by the people who are supposed to care about you. You are worthy of dignity and respect. Consider contacting one of the following numbers, depending where you live or where you're close to:

Childline: 08000 55555

Telefriend:
Johannesburg: (011) 922-9999
Cape Town: (021) 430-1122
Durban: (031) 450-9999
Port Elizabeth: (041) 51-22212

Lifeline:
Johannesburg: (011) 728-1347
Cape Town: (021) 461-1111
Durban: (031) 2323-23
Welkom:(057) 35-22212

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

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Apr 18, 2010
Don't give up
by: Anonymous

You hang in there sasa. You got to be strong and don't let anything they say go to your head.

Apr 19, 2010
You are in my Prayers
by: Becky

Your mothers words are spoken out of her misguided need to have a man. Do not let her stupidity dictate the rest of your life. The best way to get back at her is to persevere. To grow and be better than her. You must show her that no matter how much she tries to hurt you, that you will not let her destroy you or your spirit. You are almost old enough to move away. Work on becoming independent and find ways to save money so that you can move away safely and securely and never have to come back. I will pray for you and others in your same situation. Please do not let your mother's ignorance be the death of you. Just realize that she needs help and it is not your job to fix her. Your purpose is to live and grow despite her.

Apr 20, 2010
Always believe in yourself. Don't quit, Don't give up on yourself.
by: maurice

Sasa, Darlene has offered you real help by asking you to make contact with help-lines she offers you. I am sure you have at least one or two Tutors/teachers in College who you like, trust, they have time for you more than the others. speak with them. also if there are counsellors about the College than speak with them. Build a little support world around you ouside that conservative setting in you house, it ain't a home. you are not surrounded by love, you are not cherished as the wonderful and good person/child you are. Never give up hope, there is help out there just search it out. You'll have good people around you to help you live your life to the full. You want to break free of that not good mother of yours. she is more concerned with pleasing her partner than her own child. She is not much of a woman or mother for treating you the way she does. Have you a friend other than a boyfriend whom will encourage you to always think positive about your situation. Your mother does not seem to want you in her life as you she tells you are an inconvenience in her life. For a mother to say that to her child she, should never have. Always keep hope alive SASA, have a healthy mind in a healthy body. stay out and about with your friends and college students taking part in sporting and cultural activities. Don't give up on college, do your best, Hi only for your own good for your future happiness in life. Think Positive, Act Positive, Be positive in all you do and say, Have a good mirror image of yourself. I am the most important child ever to be birthed. my mother might not believe so, but I do, live well, laugh alot, love much beginning with yourself. I can, I will, I must, because I am WORTH IT. ok off your bottom and live your life to the full each day you wake up and get out of that house.

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