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Re: Admitting someone hurt you versus whining? Racer

Posted by fairywings on September 12, 2005, at 7:39:20

In reply to Admitting someone hurt you versus whining?, posted by Racer on September 11, 2005, at 22:08:02

Hi Racer,

i'm so sorry all of this has happened to you. your mom didn't do you any favors by emotionally abusing you and making you feel worthless. some parents are so full of their self that they think the world revolves around them, they can't even take care of the feelings of an innocent child.

then, at a very early age, you fell into the hands of people who were supposed to be helping you, who accused you of being at fault for something you had no fault in. you have to know that when you are assaulted it isn't your fault. and then to be in situations where you were trying to put your life together and were taken advantage of again.

this is all so tragic, it's no wonder you feel so helpless, anxious, and like you can't trust anyone anymore. Who could eat? Who could want to make friends when the next person might be the only who takes advantage or acuses you? you have every right to feel so hurt, but i think if you can get with the right T you can hope for something better. there's someone out there who can help, someone who will care, and won't take advantage, just make sure you take the time to find the right one. and not it's not fair, you are not to blame, please know that you're not.




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