Sunday, October 23, 2011

So True

I love this.


Anonymous said...

I LOVE THIS! This picture is worth more than a thousand words. I've referred others to your blog for this picture alone (although they usually end up reading a whole lot more!)
Thank you so very, very much for your sharing and caring, understanding the power of words (and clearly, physical abuse) as it impacts a child and the enduring legacy that's left as a result. Those broken bones, bruises and so forth heal. Adult children that have been subjected to "only" words which they don't yet "get" as a form of abuse and therefore feel some how less than deserving of understanding: "It wasn't THAT bad, I didn't get burned/whipped" etc. Abuse is abuse. Period, the end. All parents react angrily at times-tired, stressed, what ever. But it's NOT a "....pervasive pattern of interaction" with their kids. Their very real abuse NEEDS to see a picture of the impact of verbal abuse perpetrated on a Little One to allow them to feel it's OK to acknowledge to themselves the reality of "what happened." The issue isn't about comparing-it's about sharing.
Thank you for sharing. Your personal integrity and honesty shines throughout your blog.

Sweetness said...

Thank you so much for your comments. Sorry I'm just now getting to posting a response.