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By GrannyNan +1
In the Style of Martina McBride
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PLEASE READ!!!! Child Abuse comes in many different packages. Some are subtle, other abuse is obvious. A little 3 year old gets pushed to the floor, because they want to give their mother a kiss and tell her they love her. That child thinks right away, "Something is wrong with ME!" "Why am I SO BAD!" Coming home from school, they get slapped across the face and are told, "Get out of my site! Go to your room! I don't even want to look at you!" A child is beaten or locked in a dark closet for hours with no explanation. That child is thinking. " I hate myself! I'm bad! I wish I were dead! What did I do to make everyone hate me! This is all my fault!" A child is tortured by a parent or sibling and even though their cries are heard....They're IGNORED! They're pushed down, burned with lit cigarettes. Their heads are pushed into a wall, or bones are broken. Sometimes the child hears, "I wish you were never born! I wish you were dead! I hate you! Get away from me! I don't even want to look at you! You make me sick!" The abuser ( s ) have their own unresolved issues, which have never been taken care of. They take out their frustrations by abusing a child physically, sexually or emotionally. When a young child is suffering sexual abuse by an adult who is suppose to love them, it creates confusion in that young mind. "Is this love? Why are they hurting me this way?" "Is this their way of showing me love, or do they hate me so bad, that they have to hurt me this way?" Sometimes the abuser goes too far and the child dies. Sometimes, the child lives and is left with emotional scars LONG after the Physical Scars heal............................. Don't ever forget this! Child abuse in any way is wrong. Some children are treated worse than animals, and sometimes live in a situation... where... when they leave the house, the abuse ends, but the memories don't. Then, they are not only filled with fear, anxiety, stress and terror when they are at home, which never stops; They carry those feelings all day, every day, all the time, and are in a state of constant worry...........When will the abuse happen next? What can I do to make them love me?........On and On............. Yes, we talk about it, and shake our heads; however, later on we tend to forget it all................and a child is dying from abuse as I write this......... NOTE: Apologies for the sound. Moving computers around and just can't find the culprit, yet.....