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Old 01-08-16, 10:40 AM   #21
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Because my brother wants me to not say anything that's why he gives me money he's such a narsissistic asshole
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Because my brother wants me to not say anything that's why he gives me money he's such a narsissistic asshole
Sherry, it's time to end this nonsense with your brother and bring his abuse of you to the proper authorities. Full stop. He can't abuse you if he's in jail. And he won't stop until you do this, so don't wait any longer. Enough is enough. If you don't, one day he is going to really hurt you. I do not want to see that happen to you and I greatly fear for your safety.
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thank you nancy for your reply yes i think you are right but i have to do things at a pace that is ok with me mentally......my health is not that good......my brother does contribute to a lot of my mental anguish and depression he has abused me for too long .....no one in my family seems to give a fuck. besides my dad but he is very sick too since his stroke
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I hear you Sherry but I have heard that explanation for a long time now. And the fact is that he will continue to hurt you and threaten your physical and emotional well-being because abusers are all about control and will never stop until they are stopped. I strongly believe you will be better mentally if you take the necessary steps to end the abuse. I have been there and taking action will give you a feeling of control over your situation that you maybe have never felt before and will result in a remarkable reduction in your anxiety. If you wait until you are mentally better that may not happen because the continuing abuse will keep you down and in an emotionally diminished and deprived state as long as the situation is allowed to continue.
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I am also sorry to hear of the lack of family support, but that to me is all the more reason why you should act now to end the abuse, because you certainly do not need that on top of the other stresses associated with family, your physical health, school. Turn him over to the authorities and they will have to deal with that problem, and not you any more. You can focus on other things without the heavy, heavy burden his abuse imposes on every aspect of your life. Example: when you have a stress elsewhere, such as with your family, you immediately think I'm no good, I deserve to be treated badly, etc. This reaction is a direct product of your continuing abuse and it will interfere with your coping mechanisms in other stresses for as long as you permit the abuse to continue--and I use the word "permit" deliberately. You have a choice, whether to keep being at his mercy and keep being abused, or end the abuse by reporting it to the authorities. Your choice should be to report, and I don't believe a single person here would disagree with that. We will all support you in that as we wish to see you free of this once and for all. Your life will be immeasurably better.
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Old 01-12-16, 02:43 AM   #27
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i know i will report him one day but there are circumstances in my family why i cant at present time. i am definitly going to ask my psychiatrist to help me get a restraining order from him....thank you nancy for your reply
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