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Updated: Sep 6

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Another one of the thoughts that kept me up at night. Truth be told. . . This person was responsible for many of our meals.





Sometimes it's difficult to think about "what could've been". There are so many reasons why I shouldn't be here sharin' snippets of this story with you. This is one of those instances.


I couldn't imagine the thought process that went into this madness. My children are my everythin'. As crazy as they can drive me some day's, there's nothin' in this world that I wouldn't do to protect them from such evils. . . let alone bein' the evil from which they'd need to be protected. It's mind bogglin' to me.


I mean. . . What goes through the mind of a sociopath? What pushes a person to such extremes?


I often wonder what the ultimate goal might've been. Was it intended for one? For all? Did they include themself in the outcome?


So many unanswered questions. So many reasons to be thankful. - Everyone made it out in tact.


There were never any repercussions for this insane act of cruelty. There was also never any reason to doubt that one day they might follow through. . . in OUR household. But who am I to be afraid, knowin' exactly what they were capable of!?


" The home enemas,

that they’ve started administerin’

(to each seed) won’t stop . . .

‘til one of the seeds finally complies.


Or . . .


worst case scenario,

one, or more, of them dies . . .


The house is consumed,

by fear-induced cries. "


This is the type of shit that happens in a "no tell" family environment.


This is the type of shit that happens everyday across the globe. Somebody had to speak up. . .


I know I'm late.

I also know that I might be right on time.


If you or someone you know is bein' abused, in ANY way/shape/or form, I encourage you to speak up.


I'm here to tell you that YOU'RE NOT ALONE.


-romeᴶᴱ


What are the types of abuse?


  • Physical abuse.

  • Domestic violence or abuse.

  • Sexual abuse.

  • Psychological or emotional abuse.

  • Financial or material abuse.

  • Modern slavery.

  • Discriminatory abuse.

  • Organisational or institutional abuse.


Reach out for help.


Call 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-787-3224

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