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« Reply #30 on: June 10, 2007, 01:32:20 am »

Nice to see somebody is trying to do something.

I am a surviver too and getting always in trouble because I cant do nothing. Always trying to help abused children and their family....

Thats a hard life always reminds you. Got two children now and I dont know what i would do if somebody would do to them what was done to me.....

Love for all of you and hope

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« Reply #31 on: June 11, 2007, 08:03:24 pm »

I'm a little late, but as a surviver of child abuse, I can tell you that seeing this group effort for something so important brought tears to my eyes.
 I also mist up reading how many survivors there are out there.
  Let's end the horrible cycle of child abuse....of ANY kind, and let's make our beautiful  "little people" a priority ! Thank you so much.
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« Reply #32 on: July 09, 2007, 07:43:09 pm »

What a phenomenally excellent idea! Thank you guys for sharing this. Truly wonderful to see something like this!

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« Reply #33 on: September 22, 2007, 10:31:45 pm »

I downloaded everything i'm sorta a survivor.My mom used to hurt me but stopped when I became older and stronger at the age of twelve I hope none of you would do this to your children
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« Reply #34 on: September 26, 2007, 05:14:47 am »

Thank you guys so much for this! Great job and I think it's great that you are making people aware of this.
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« Reply #35 on: September 27, 2007, 07:07:47 pm »

child abuse is a very serious thing that impacts million of children worlwide each minute in everyday and I'm glad that someone has spoken out and is wanting to make others aware of something most people would rather chose not to think about or belief it does not happen.
 
I have a poor relationship well non existant relationship with my mother, she was an alcoholic when i was a child and she was physicaly and mentally abusive towards all of her children. unfortunately things like this happen all the time and we need to send the message that this will not be accepted and it will stop.
 
i am now in my final year of study a psychology degree and hope to specialise in child abuse and behaviour problems.
 
so if you suspect or know of someone who is in a situation that you would not like to find yourself in and they have made you promise not to speak out. secretly or maybe unconsciously they are hoping you will have the strength for them to speak out. please do.....
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« Reply #36 on: July 03, 2008, 02:27:52 pm »

Great Job!! Thanks! Survivor too! I remember once at about 11yr old,running about 2 miles away hiding in Grandmas woods, didn't know who would make it to us 1st (divorced, weekends ya know!) Mom did! wheew! in my area of the world I've been writing Senators on Medicaid/Health Insurance for Familys
Lose jobs=no money=no heath insurance= irate parents= hmm?? sad on the poor end!
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      From the Vietnam era..to Iraq era. its all the same!
      We the Vietnam Era Childen were the Test Subjects
      for the Iraq Era Children. (been there done that!) There is support
      for you and your Returning Vet. checkout the National PTSD site
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« Reply #37 on: July 23, 2008, 09:06:57 am »

Wow, Thank you so much. I'm a survivor myself Sad
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« Reply #38 on: September 29, 2008, 11:16:32 pm »

I'm not a survivor of abuse, I never had to deal with it myself but atm we're thinking of doing emergency foster care (where we take the kids on short notice for a short peirod time) and as a little girl I had a friend called Chantelle (or Shantelle, never could spell it) and she used to come into school with belt marks and knuckle marks on her (her father used to hit her, her mother left/died) so I used to fake injury (I was really good at fake tears then...) and get ice then give it to her. I know how hard it is. I'm also sort of a survivor of sexual abuse. My brother would 'tickle' me and my sister 'down there'.
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« Reply #39 on: December 21, 2008, 09:50:48 pm »

great
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« Reply #40 on: January 17, 2009, 07:57:57 pm »

I'm a psychological abuse survivor. Thanks for the tees. My sims will take turns wearing them.
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« Reply #41 on: January 21, 2009, 03:13:47 pm »

Oh boy, I can already see rocks being thrown at me for asking this, but: What do you people actually see, consider as child abuse? What do you mean by the term of survivor?

In general, I of course know what child abuse and survivors of it are, but there are many catogories. For example, in the European Union, the law considers a simple spanking child abuse.

As a kid I got spanked, probably tens of times, but somehow I don't feel like any sort of survivor, neither that it hurt me in any way. I dare say it went out good for me in the end, and now I believe it's actually impossible to raise a normal kid without a rolled up newspaper.

So, I'm just asking out of curiosity, because I know in real life both people that think like me and others who do consider a simple spanking violence of god knows how big measure.
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« Reply #42 on: March 17, 2011, 01:12:11 am »

Real late, I was browsing the boards and saw this.  Thank you, from a survivor herself, even if mine was of a rare form that still makes me feel lonely a lot of days.
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« Reply #43 on: April 14, 2011, 12:01:18 am »

This is very important to me as well. I could only only download one item though due to my computer being very low on space. But I do plan on returning for the rest after I get my computer repaired.

On the other note, it comes as very important to me because I too am a survivor of child abuse. Suffered it from the time i was 2 right up till I was nearly twelve. It's a harsh life to lead and to know that there are sick people out there that would harm a child.

To those out there who have been through the ringer like me, stand strong. Just remember, the abuse is in the past. But things like this.. hold with pride. Show your support to others out there who are going through Hell at the hands of another. Let them know they're not alone. And that one day, things will get better.

Anyway, I'll silence now before I begin to ramble. At any rate, my children in my game will proudly have the bear in their rooms. As I said already, I plan on coming back for the other downloads once my computer is repaired.

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« Reply #44 on: June 02, 2011, 03:21:16 am »

Oh boy, I can already see rocks being thrown at me for asking this, but: What do you people actually see, consider as child abuse? What do you mean by the term of survivor?

In general, I of course know what child abuse and survivors of it are, but there are many catogories. For example, in the European Union, the law considers a simple spanking child abuse.

As a kid I got spanked, probably tens of times, but somehow I don't feel like any sort of survivor, neither that it hurt me in any way. I dare say it went out good for me in the end, and now I believe it's actually impossible to raise a normal kid without a rolled up newspaper.

So, I'm just asking out of curiosity, because I know in real life both people that think like me and others who do consider a simple spanking violence of god knows how big measure.


For me, usually I hate to talk of it...The memories are painful. My father molested and raped me whenever he felt like it when I was a kid. He would beat me each chance he got. Lock me in the bathroom and tell me I couldn't come out till mom got home. Threatened to put me in a garbage bag when it all began and toss me in the river if I ever told of the awful things he was doing. At one point, he made his point clear that he wasn't joking when he tried to stuff me in a garbage bag. When the truth came out about him molesting not only me, but my two younger sisters, my mother left him.

Her next boyfriend would starve me and my sisters when he got the chance. While mom was away in another state, he refused me and my sisters food, water and made us sleep outside.. It was below zero. We survived by sharing the dog's coop with a collie. When mom got home, she didn't understand why me and my sisters were so upset and in tears clinging to her no matter how hard we tried to explain things to her. Mainly because my speech is impared from the beatings I took from my biological father. One sister was too young to speak yet and the other was too scared to go into great detail.

There are some true horrors in my past.. So things I'd love to be able to forget.. And what I have mentioned is only the top layer... It's not even scratching the surface really of all the BS I was put through growing up. No child should ever have to go through the things I experienced. What irks me about the whole mess, mom's ex boyfriend that made me sleep outside in the cold is walking free. He never got in trouble over that. And my father.. He got a slap on the hand, a kick in the bum and told not to do it again. But that's the justice system for ya.

Now a spanking for a wrong doing, that's not abuse. My mother used to punish me all the time when I acted up. Either a spanking, corner or grounding. Normally it was a swat on the rear and a week of grounding for whatever it was I did wrong. Punishing is one thing.. Abuse is another.
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