19 thoughts on “A Lifetime of Tears

  1. I am guessing the abuse I endured for years is what screwed me up. The sad thing is the system is no better now than it was 30 years ago. Yet again I have to remind myself that the cycle can be broken. It is just having somethi g traumatic happen to you later in life that takes you back all those years ago. Anyhow, I owe you an apology. I am sorry for being a twit a few days ago. I do hope you can forgive me.

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      1. Um, yes. A twit for lack of a better term. The cycle of chold abuse can be broken. I debated if I should have children for fear of abusing them, either physically or emotionally, we have sons. Each unique. Each loved. Both are told they are loved and treated with respect. I vowed as a young adult I would never do to my children what had been done to me. I can’t say I am perfect parent, but I will say I am doing a far better job than my mother. You have a few posts I am going to follow up on. Happy Thursday.

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    1. Thank you for that encouraging comment. I think it’s imperative for people to know that is we are going to use our political system to make decisions that hurt children then the results on on our heads. We must take whatever action we can because anything else constitutes an agreement with policies that are unjust and cruel.

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  2. Well said. Actually, we are at a point where we all need to access the Christ consciousness within, daily, that will lead us to lead harmless lives. It always comes back to loving yourself. You would never harm a child physically or psychologically if you realized that it would haunt them for the rest of their life, everyday, if you loved yourself unconditionally. Parents have an insane amount of power. Good post.

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    1. Thank you…I remember when Hillary Clinton said that it takes a village to raise a child. It is a common piece of wisdom that was sneered by–well people who seem to sneer at everything that might bring some genuine light into the world. But it takes a village to raise a child. Right now we use our village to destroy them.

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  3. Reblogged this on 3wwwblog and commented:

    Maybe Christmas is a time to bring back to our memeory to where our societyies are still having huge deficites. To me this is in protecting its weakest members, its children, that at the same time resemble our future and our hopes.

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