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Re: Sexual harrassment/abuse/humour IsoM

Posted by sid on May 22, 2002, at 7:51:59

In reply to Re: Sexual harrassment/abuse/humour sid, posted by IsoM on May 22, 2002, at 1:12:41

> It's because of this & others reactions to this abuse that you feel it's not worth charging anyone or pursuing it further. I would make his life hell & make him pay for what he's done & is still doing!!! I'd go to the police, to whatever other authorities there are, to my doctor &/or therapist, & expose that man.

That's part of the problem... I told my therapist last year, and I told my doc recently. They just say - well, you can defend yourself, you're strong. Leave that behind you and move on. Just like that! Even they don't seem to take me seriously. My doc thinks I have BPD and she does not take this abuse thing seriously. I don't have BPD, I have an ass for a brother in law. I'm seeing her this afternoon, and we'll have a nice long talk. I will tell her that I am willing to get help, BUT not at the BPD clinic. Rather, with someone specialized in abuse cases.

Thanks IsoM. As for the rest, it's a big mess. If I make too many waves in the family, I'll end up taling care of my mom alone, which I don't want to do - she's enough responsibility when it's shared. She's functional illiterate, so she needs help with everything (everytime she writes a check or buys something expensive, or signs a contract, etc.). Quite frankly, the day my mother dies, I will consider myself family-less.

- sid




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