What would have made it better?
To many issues that I had growing up to mention, basically I was abused both mentally and physically. The issues continued well into my adulthood and my mother made it her dying wish to make sure that the family was poisioned againest me, as she was a master at manulaption of others.
My mother and grandmother (she lived with us my entire life) both not
being mentally unstable would have made a world of differnce for me. I
was the only daughter and youngest, and both mom and grandma came from
the mindset that boys got all the attendion and girls got put on the
back burner when they turned 11
I would have not had drug addicted parents. My father wouldn't be an incestuous pedophile. My father wouldn't have beat the fuck out of my mother, my sisters and myself. My brother wouldn't have died.
Those things would have made it a lot better.
I did. I would have been better if my parents weren't evil horrible people. They shouldnt have had childrne.
i did and haveing new parents would have helped....
I had an awesome childhood. There were parts of it I'd rather not remember......but it's not my parents fault. My parents are amazing people and I had everything I ever wanted.
I remember wanting a "Real Talkin' Bubba" when I was little....it took dad until I was 13 to find one...but he found it and bought it for me. I laughed like crazy when he brought that thing home, lol.
Not being abused and abandoned would have rocked. The being bullied at school just made it that much worse. I had no place to go that was safe.
What would have made it better ?? For my mother to of loved me, rather then verbally abuse me. To treat me like she treated my sister. For her to take me out shopping, to have some girl time, but she only did that with my sister. It would of been better had she supported the things i wanted to do, rather then putting me down all the time. List goes on.
Quoting Mamasita71:Not having to endure & hide being abused.
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