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We get letters: Thanks for giving the victims a voice

We received the following e-mail recently…

I just wanted to say thank you. A few years ago, I came across a link for this site. As an abuse victim, I feel it’s important that these kids get their stories told. People should know what they’ve been through. People should love them and in more tragic cases, miss them. Even if they’ve never met them. About 2 years ago, my husband and I were trying to conceive our first child. It wasn’t going very well, and I fell into a deep depression. While reading your site, my heart would constantly break with every story posted. It was unfair that these monsters were given the greatest gift that the universe had to offer, and abused and neglected them. I’m proud to say that I am now a mother to a beautiful healthy 9 month baby boy. I believe that your site helps others to realize that they must always, ALWAYS, be aware of the people they bring around their children. I just wish this site existed and was available to my parents while I was growing up. Maybe life wouldn’t have been so hard for me.

But enough of the sob story, I just wanted to thank you. All of you, for giving victims voices. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

It is we who should thank you. Thanks to letters like this it makes us realize that we are making a difference even with our snark, sarcasm and foul language.

See kids, it’s not all hate mail

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Updated: September 30, 2017 — 12:19 am


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  1. I was a spoiled brat and complain that i was overprotected and smothered but then I come here and it breaks my heart to read the stories here and your letter, im sorry you had to experience it. It’s just not fair how many children are abused and treated like a piece of garbage. I wish there were more letters and television commericals around to give victims a voice. Remember how they used to have the “this is your brain on drugs” commercial all day long every fucking day. Why can’t someone have victims come on tv and tell there story about how they were abused and what it did to them and then maybe it would stop a sick fuck from abusing a child.

  2. This makes my day WAY less crappy than it was before I read this. Thanks for that!

  3. I wasn’t abused but I concur about the importance of this site. It is a wake up for all of us – and a (sometimes) brutal reminder that we all have a responsibility to these children. Don’t EVER look away, if we’re even a little suspicious, step in, step up, whatever…don’t ignore. Thanks for doing this-all of you who contribute ARE making a difference.

  4. Nine months is such a lovely age! Just remember, when that little baby grows up to sass you, defy you, generally destroy property, and just plain old annoy you, then is when you really test your mettle as a parent.

    Take deep breaths, try to remember how much you love this being, and think about how you want them to remember your leadership.

    Discipline is not hurting, it is leading with love. Consequences for misbehavior need to be meaningful, but they only need to change behavior, not torture children.

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