From lou999shit: Idk what to do===========
Hi there. The only thing I can suggest for you is to talk to a trusted adult about what is happening. They will be able to determine the best course of action to support you
So sorry this is happening to you!
From tardymicrobe970theythem: hi i’m so sorry this is happing to you. i can suggest you talk to a trusted adult in your life, also most towns have a center for people who is experiencing abuse who want help with it
I think your doctor, the school counselor or the school nurse may be able to help you. It needs to be a professional who can address the issue without making things worse for you at home.
Hey Lou, what seems to be going on? How can we help?
From lou999shit: Idk======================
From lou999shit: I get abused=============
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From lou999shit: My mom likes calling her brother to the house to beat me up
Hi there Lou,
Thank you for sharing further. I know it can take so much courage to share what you’re going through and I massively appreciate your trust in these matters.
If you’d like some help, there are many options available for you (and I know – these can be so scary):
- One option is an online helpline that specializes in helping with abuse, like the physical abuse that you are enduring: https://www.childhelphotline.org/ (this resource is anonymous – see more here: HOW IT WORKS | Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline). A resource like this may be able to point you in the right direction or simply support you as you navigate these challenges.
- Another option is talking to a trusted adult at school (e.g., teacher, counselor, administrator). They should work with you to figure out the best possible path forward. Please note that, unlike the helpline, this would not be anonymous (so they’d likely be required to make some sort of report to the state), but they will still have your best interest at heart and should be able to help you navigate these challenges.
Do you think either of the above would interest you? Additionally, would it be okay if I check back in on you in a week to see how you’re doing?
Being physically hurt in any way is horrible and you do not deserve to be going through this. It’s especially disheartening to hear that the people entrusted with caring for you are engaging in these unacceptable practices. I can imagine that this brings up a lot of pain – both physically and emotionally – so please do let us know if there’s anything we can do for you or if you’d like to share anything further. We’re here for you.
You matter and are valued here – please do keep us updated.
Wishing you all the best,
From lou999shit: Yes u can check back ina week and yes I will try to talk to a trusted adult ty alot
Hi there Lou,
I hope you’re doing well. I’m reaching out to check in on how things are going on your end – both regarding this situation and in general.
If you have a moment and would like to send over an update, I’d appreciate it (even if the update is “nothing has changed”)! If you’re busy or don’t have time though, that’s 100% okay too!
From lou999shit: It’s gotten worse because my mom and dad are seperating and my mom is getting in physical fights with the dude shes dating baby momma so yea and my dad is not ok hes really angry rn and it’s affecting me so bad because I know if they fully separate and theres another dude in the house im gonna go crazy and run away from home
From lou999shit: So thats better==========
From lou999shit: Although I havent gotten beat in a while
Hi there Lou,
Thank you for sharing these updates. I can imagine how distressing it would be to have family members getting into fights, particularly considering the upheavals in terms of relationships in your household. This sounds like a massive stressor and I can imagine that it would make it hard to function. I really feel for you; this is a goliath of a situation to be going through.
I’m glad that you haven’t been physically hurt in a while, though it still sounds like things are pretty tough.
Know that we’re here for you if you’d ever like to share more about what’s going on. And trusted adults (such as counselors) at school may also be a helpful resource if you would like it.
Thank you, once more, for being here and for sharing.