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Jan 03, 2012
Skyler:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

I understand the need to protect yourself and the need to strike back when being abused. I also understand the danger and the consequences of doing so as a minor child. Parents have all the rights, Skyler. The system gives them all the power. They can make choices for you that you will not like, even when they're the ones at fault. They can lie and make you out to be a troubled youth who needs protection from himself. Not to mention that you're at greater risk for more severe physical abuse. Your sisters have been "groomed" to bully and assault you without consequences; that in and of itself a form of abuse, one that will stay with them for the rest of their lives. The name-calling your parents engage in is terrible, and leaves some of the deepest scars. It is deplorable that your mother, your mother of all people, would tell you that no one loves you in your family. Despicable and crazy-making. I lived this myself, Skyler; I know what it feels like. Please contact one of the hotlines listed on my stories page, depending on where you live, in order to talk to someone confidentially. You don't deserve to be abused, Skyler. You definitely deserve help for the fact that you are being abused. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Jan 03, 2012
Get help
by: Anonymous

Call the police ... Your family should go to jail. Call 911 ..

Jan 04, 2012
The Horror
by: Anonymous

Skyler, you didn't deserve any of that; you only deserved love, protection, dignity and respect, all of which you were sadistically denied of. Oh, and those ugly names that they called you are nothing but lies. Mature, stable adults do not scream and yell at anybody; mature, stable adults don't call anyone names, especially their own precious children; mature, mature, stable adults don't let children abuse other children. Your parents are deeply troubled. Oh, and did I mention that they also abused your sisters by brainwashing them into being bullies? I really hope that you're out of that house now, and if not, they can and will keep brutalizing you and they've proven that already just by those nasty injuries that they already inflicted upon you. They have the mindset that you are to be submissive and obedient at all costs, so GET OUT OF THAT HOUSE NOW!!! Next time they lay a hand on you, please look into reporting them ASAP. Children are gifts to be treasured, not abused. You are not to blame for their sadistic behavior; they are to blame because they chose to abuse you. they got all the power and chose to misuse it over you, so tell someone you really trust and keep telling until he/she will finally listen to you and help you.

Nov 12, 2012
Get Help!
by: Love

You DO NOT deserve to be abused. I might not know how abuse feels like but I've had so many problems and life lessons in my 15 year old life that I know how this can impact you.

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