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It's so good to have someone, somewhere get it.  Feels a little crazy.

Yeah, it gets old people looking at you like you suddenly grew a third head.

Yeah, and there was no level system.

Actually, my response was to a prior poster, Curious Suze...I'm personally well aware of the tactics and emotional/spiritual abuses doled out in Jubilee, as well as what some of the Rebekah girls suffered.  Shoot me an E-mail at [email protected].  There are some things I would be happy to share with you.

You were spared, always remember to be thankful for that.  Those that died, did so only because of Roloff's arrogance, it was completely unneccesary, and in no way any fault of your own.  Have you ever seen the weather reports for that day?  A friend found them....nautical records as well...very sad that people had to die b/c of one man's ignorance.

Sorry to have distressed you, it wasn't intentional.

Sadly, when abusers die there are often others to take up the mantle, particularly if there is also power or money or control available to the head honcho.  Wishing them dead doesn't help prevent anyone from being abused this year, next year, or in the next decade.  Pointing fingers at the abusers, shedding light in all their dark little corners and bringing awareness to the masses, making the people who are not intimately involved with the troubled teen industry understand what we've been through....that will help prevent more abuse.

(What was intended to be gentle comes across, even to myself as bitter and angry, but I will not apologize.  Please understand though, that my intent is not to convey bitterness and anger toward you Susan, but to those who have been abusive to me and to my friends and even to those girls who went through it that I do not know or weren't friends.)

If you'll send me an e-mail, I'll get you in touch with a couple people who should know about Granny & Poppa Weatherford.  [email protected]

Property is the same.  Names & faces have changed.  Typical MO of the Roloff related cult mindset to change the name & hope people won't recognize the stench for what it is.  They haven't bothered to change a single photo, including the one that states the Jaguar seen in the photo is not included.

If I can figure out how to upload the photo from the newsletter declaring New Beginnings on it I the meantime...if you want to see it you'll have to go here:  http://

I'd like to know if anyone has had ANY success through dealing with Jack Riley regarding finding a birth-mother or birth-child.  The low down is this...his offices contacted someone, requested $100 to help that person get information.  A few days later I called and I was told, "Oh, we don't have records that go back that far."  What's up with THAT???

Straight, Inc. and Derivatives / Re: FOR SALE
« on: July 03, 2009, 08:05:10 PM »
Has anybody posted this up on Care2?  

I don't see it up on or either.

Straight, Inc. and Derivatives / Re: FOR SALE
« on: July 01, 2009, 09:04:47 AM »
It's a beautiful thing to see the For Sale photos.  Good job to all who actively protested this facility!

For the record, I did not write the below:

hurrikayne wrote:
LOL. Makes no sence. If you want to take her out of the situation, wouldn't home schooling be the alternative? How does "taking her out of the situation" equate to putting her in a private prison?

How is bullying brought about by her "resisting talk therapy"? If I attend "talk therapy" will that guarantee I won't be mugged. Nice pretzal logic who-troll.
Was someone else - NOT me.  (Those who know me are aware of this already I'm certain...just stating it for those who do not.)

...and thank you Fem.

I absolutely agree with the suggestion that the 14 year old who has been bullied should talk to an older girl whose been in her shoes.  If there are any self defense type classes you could send her too, most not only teach self-defense, but self-control and self-confidence as well.

I mentioned my own child earlier on, I actually asked her what advice she might give another girl facing these kinds of problems.  Her suggestions all revolved around the girl taking action for herself.  Until she is equipped to do that, she will continue to allow herself to be bullied, no matter where you send her.  This is often the case with battered women as well.  

I completely agree with the poster who said that parents should teach their children from a young age to be face problems head on and the poster who said we should teach our boys to be decent men and our girls how to avoid getting involved with boys/men who are not.  What we do when they make a choice to ignore this advice is crucial.  Offering help, offering support, and hope for a better future are sometimes all that we can do.  Sometimes we have to step back and let our children stand up for themselves, as hard as it can be (from a parents perspective) to do.  They do need guidance in how to do this though.

Okay, I'll spell it out.  I'm trying to prevent you from further consideration of this course of action because it is not a suitable solution to your daughter's problem.  As I understand it, your daughter won't stand up for herself against bullies, please feel free to correct me if I've misunderstood that.  

Taking your child out of her current situation and putting her into a TBS, even one touting 'self-esteem' as an item in their curriculum can have potentially serious emotional and physical repurcussions.  Again, I urge you to read Michelle Sutton's story.  

Send me an E-mail at [email protected].

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