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Domestic Violence and the family, it cause isolation to hide the abusive family treatment and most women are in similar circumstances but don’t want you around or your children to be a reminder of their own circumstances and you really need to make physical friends that would just hang out with you, even if it’s just ice cream.
How do we break the silence and make physical friends? or even associates to blow stream and get your mind off of the troubles? Why we as women are becoming so uptight and not be befriending strangers to make more associates to our list and stick to CLIQUES.... so middle and high school. Can one person take an challenge and make one associate female a month from a strange area, she may be me...! And need to know she can have someone to go get ice cream and joke around. More domestic violence females and children need the social outlets from our sister hood.

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Shout out !

Clique bust up :

I will make a physical friendly gesture towards a person/ female that need to know it is okay to hang out and even cry. I know the feeling. I won’t even pry.


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      Anonymous wrote Sep 14, 2008
    • There may be a women’s outreach center in your area that has help for you while still living in your home. I take my grandchild to fun play date type classes and there are women there who come with their kids; referred by the local woman’s shelter. Everyone interracts beautifully and the kids get a lot out of the social time to just be little kids. Check your phone book in the social services section and start calling around.

      However, the most important thing is your safety and the safety of your children.




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      Yolanda Harris wrote Sep 15, 2008
    • Breaking the cliques - Good point. Invite friends into your circle.

      Even at Borders while shopping I met a wonderful lady and she convinced me into Home School programs, and how close knot they are...so there some places to go and meet people.

      Go to places you like and you are bound to find like minds in like places.

      If I am in a clique, I will tell them invite one stranger  in and break this clique up !




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      Ladybug wrote Sep 15, 2008
    • Remember life is a journey, in your quest for a better world for yourself and your children you will meet all kinds. But, I know the feeling!
      You have to be safe and you have to make this journey!
      I was determined my kids would have a happy childhood so I moved 700 miles away from their father. We joined a martial arts studio and all learned together. (it was like a family, we had picnics and everything) We healed and grew and the kids got into soccer and chorus and academics. They are grown now but their Dad is still in the same place, state of minde, he always was. That is sad.

      I know it sounds like a negative attitude but I can’t help thinking I’m better off alone in my spiritual world with my love of me (which I’m happy I’ve found). I met so many moms who thought they had to live those lives. They thought I was crazy for stepping away from what was familiar. Sure it was hard but those old soccer mom friends are still in the same down trodden situation. If I had listened to them 10 years ago I would have thrown myself back into another bad relationship. Instead I’m free to be me and the kids are doing their own thing.




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      Yolanda Harris wrote Sep 18, 2008
    • Shout out !

      Clique bust up :

      I will make a physical friendly gesture towards a person/ female that need to know it is okay to hang out and even cry. I know the feeling. I won’t even pry.


      Ayanda, Your links have been removed, please consider upgrading to premium membership.




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      Anonymous wrote Sep 21, 2008
    • I was you 2 years ago. Do not give anymore time to living like this if at all possible!  I know the strain of secrecy but did have a few friends who knew what was going on. My friends saved me! I will pray you find a way to move forward, safely.Have faith that this will turn around for you.




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