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Feb 04, 2010
Sue:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Your mother has serious problems. Try not to take what she has done and said to you as the final word. It isn't the final word; she's the one with the problems, difficult as that is to see right now. I send you birthday wishes, Sue. I send you a great big virtual hug. And I send you love. You ARE loved. It might not seem like it now, but you most definitely ARE loved. And you are lovable. And worthy. And beautiful in your own right, in your own uniqueness. Believe that Sue, because it's true. Everybody who visits here knows that. You are NOT alone.

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Feb 04, 2010
Say no to suicide...and "yes" to getting help
by: Anonymous

Sue, I agree with Darlene. You and your mom really need help. I am so sorry that you didn't have a happy birthday. My heart goes out to you.

Feb 05, 2010
Happy Birthday wonderful and beautiful ONE
by: maurice

Sue, the world and your mother seem (are) all against you right now. Your Mother is unreal, cruel, and does'nt deserve the name of mother. Hi Sue, please read and you are a big girl now with a mind of your own. At 14 you sure can take charge of your destiny in a positive, constructive way. I WILL, I CAN, I MUST BECAUSE I AM WORTH IT. Get my message to you, I am WORTH it. Please tell your school counsellor how you're really feeling. If you feel she is siding with your parents, other teachers ask her to put you and your welbeing at the center and give you the real help she is professionally trained for. Hi make a friend or two. real one's whom you can trust with your aches and pains. especially your inside your belly button ones. The'll be the best thing for you, The'll HUG you and love for the wonderful and beautiful teenager you are. Remember to say I'M SPECIAL, I LOVE ME BECAUSE I AM WORTH IT. Always believe in yourself. Get off your bottom, become active and alive, begin having a healthy mind in a healthy body. Look in the mirror and say my body is precious to me I am not going to harm it. I'll cuddle it, hug it, be gentle with it, even massage it with lotions and creams paying special attentions to the parts that my father hurt in his abuse. and even mor the part I have cut. Sue, your 14, live your life to the full, get out and about and don't sit in your room dwelling on your not so nice LOT right now. Your mother is cruel, needs support and help herself to be a real person/woman/ and mother herself. Always believe in YOURSELF. Do yor best, you're bright, your intelligent, your a genius in your own right at 14. see your education as your goal for a better live now and in the future. HAPPY BIRTHING DAY. beautiful child of God and the Universe.

Feb 06, 2010
Hang in there
by: Briana

Wow, Sue. You know i read your story and I actually 2nd guessed whether you wrote it or I did. You sound like a younger version of me. I am 17 years old now. My mother physically and even sexually abused me until I was 15. It was hell. I felt unloved, I felt exactly how you feel. I know it is really tough sometimes. I really do understand it can be hell. I have attempted suicide more than once and I thought I had no way out. I thought everything was my fault. I finally got out of my mother's house at 15. That was the scariest time of my life because not only was i loosing my 'mother', i was loosing everything I knew. But i got through it and it was the best thing I did. Now i have a counselor too that helps me out. I still get an insane amount of flashbacks and feel like I cannot handle it sometimes, but one thing I was able to look back and realize...this was not my fault, i did not cause this, my mother is insane. Giving up the idea of a perfect mother, that is one of the hardest things i have had to go through and I am still going through now.

Hang it there. Keep talking. Talk to your friends, you school counselor, support groups online. People are here for you. People do care. You are a very lovable girl, you mother has no right to hurt you. As I type this, I am starting to cry because it is hard to even realize the same about me. But you just have to stay strong. Just think of your future, when you survive this and you will survive because you are strong, you are going to have an amazing life full of new things.

For now, just keep talking to as many people as you can. Don't be afraid of the truth. I respect that you talk to your school counselor. I never had to courage to tell anyone what was happening. I am still scared to talk about it. You are strong. Just hang in there. God works in mysterious ways. I look back on my past and realize I am stronger. You are probably a lot stronger than your peers too. Be proud, You are cared about and worthy!! This is NOT your fault!! And you are loved!!!!

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