My step-dad abused me both mentally and physically. One dayhe came home from work early. As luck (bad) would have it, he seen my friend come out the door. I was grounded for some reason can't remember now. She was only there for a cup of of sugar to make cookies for the bake of later that day. Well he accused me of her being there longer. He then started to kick me into a wall with cowboy boots. Hit my ribs, brusied them badly, same with the rest of me. He alwauys seemed to hit in places where it was plausible I could have hurt myself falling of my bike or what not. Nobody believed me. He was a Nuclear Engineer at a nuclear power plant, he was a EMT and a firefighter. Now I will not ever hit my daughter in anyway shape or form. I am scared I might not stop. Always wondering ifI am being a good mother since I haven't had the best of examples. Has anybody else thinks like this??
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I am so sorry. Hitting is never alright, never. Children always forgive. Then they grow up and never forget. whenever a child is hit there always a danger of hitting too hard. I have gone back to that little girl (myself) and held her tight. I reminded her it wasn't her fault. You should find you as a little girl and hug yourself and tell her it wasn't her fault.
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