Being in a situation I didn't understand I couldn't control my thoughts. I felt I was stuck an nobody would believe or understand what I was talking about its difficult to think let alone leaving...
I talk to my family daily. encouraging them to respect each other and the power of talking and sharing with each other. abuse should not be tolerated in any form.
Remember love isn't suppose 2 hurt like that.someone out there cares and is willing 2 help but as i found out i finally want help 2 stop the cycle of abuse and really think about ur children!!!!!!!!!!
My two year old was abused by his father.My baby was covered in black and blue hand prints.It was founded by are county soc service dept and went to court for a child protection order my sons father pled gulty and SO (CHIPS) order was granted.LONG story short my childeren are still being abused with no concequenses for there father.even thow there is police photos an video he still geting away without any criminal charges
You need help and support to leave
It's the hardest thing 2 get out of because it's all i knew.there is alot more abuse going on a some people look the other way y?it really does mess up ur life til ur ready 2 find a way out and its not easy.it really hurts
Every since I was a child, I was abused....Mentally, Physically, and Sexually. I feel that if you feel that you are angry enough to hit, yell, belittle another, you don't need to be a Parent. Better yet, Lock your Butt up and see how you feel about that!
It´s easy to atack the weaker ones.
Our children depend on us to protect THEM! We must demand that the sexual offenders are held accountable for the the pyschological damage they inflict on the children who are growing into the future adults in our world! We are the deciders...... in the spirited struggle life must flows..... purely and safely!
Yet, what message are we as educated adults sending out to our youth...what PREVENTION or awareness Programs are in place to assist them - and parents - against verbal, physical, mental , sexual ...all abuse! Yes, they are the future adults and leaders in our world!