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Feb 03, 2010
You HAVE reason to be scared...
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Sue, I'm so sorry you are still dealing with abuse at home. You don't really want to hurt yourself; what you want is to be out of the pain your home life is causing you. But like I already wrote when I commented on your last story submission, no one who visits this site can give you the help you need. There are people out there who want to help, but you must reach out to them. Please contact the people at Child Help at 1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453) http://www.childhelp.org/get_help Give yourself a birthday gift by calling the number above, even if it's just to talk to someone. You desperately need someone to talk to. I understand all too well what you are dealing with; I too felt desperate, unloved and unable to "take it any more" when I was 13 and 14. When I was that age, there was no one I could call, but there are people to call today. Call them, Sue. You're too precious and special not to. And I do want to wish you a very happy birthday.

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Feb 03, 2010
The sooner, the better...Darlene is right!
by: Anonymous

Sue, please get away from this sick excuse of a mother because you don't deserve to have such a mother like that. I am still so sorry that you are still dealing with her brutality. I can relate; I, too, went through the same thing...and no one even bothered to help me...so the sooner you tell someone you really trust, the better. Darlene is right. Sue, please tell someone and keep on telling until they will finally listen to you and help you. Oh, and happy birthday!

Feb 04, 2010
Why, oh Why??? Mothers in particular
by: maurice

Sue 2 my heart goes out to you to be still hurting from the abuse of your mother. I know loads of great and good mothers. I know the less good one's and the one's that do't bother at all. You were and always will be the beautiful girl that your mother gave birth to. Don't ever blame yourself to what life situation you were born into. You had no say. So now you have to acknowledge the beautiful baby that was birhed. You have to believe in yourself. LOVE yourself, get to know yourself and your beautiful body. Be nice and gentle to yourself. Look at that wonderful and amazing you (ME) in the mirror. admire the beauty you see. Hi becaome active and alive with others especially your peers. heave a healthy mind in a healthy body. I can, I will, I must because I am worth it. Darlene is an empowering woman, professionally trained, with a huge womans heart. heed her words to you, I guarantee if you do you are starting to LOVE yourself. Always believe in yourself. Hi your school counsellor will keep you right but you must keep your socks pulled up. if you get my message. Have a friend or two (real) who will stand by you (No Matter What) will help you to keep on the staright and narrow. Your mother gave you the wrong start in life. She abused you, hurt you, Your counsellor will help you to make sense of your parents. Sadly there are parents who give an outward picture that they are the best while being ever so differnet behind closed doors. Don't give them the opportunity to hurt you ever again. Always believe in yourself

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