By Tina Davis
"I hated the idea of his baby starting to be inside of me . . . yet not less than I’d quickly have someone to like and, ultimately, anyone to like me back." Tina hasn't ever had a solid upbringing. elderly seven, she has a paranoid schizophrenic for a mom and her father is a far off reminiscence. So whilst Tina will get a brand new step-dad, who lavishes candies and cuddles upon her, she feels sought after for the 1st time ever. unfortunately, her new daddy isn’t all that he turns out. He starts to sexually abuse Tina, utilizing chilling threats to scare her into silence. Tina is so terrified, she even supplies beginning to 4 of her stepfather’s teenagers with out respiring a notice. Her international turns into so warped the cruelty she endures turns out normal—until ultimately, the tragic loss of life of 1 her blameless young ones makes her see in a different way. this can be the inspiring real tale of ways one nervous little woman grew right into a fighter and eventually came upon the energy to flee the fellow who stole her formative years.
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I wobbled unsteadily for a couple more feet then toppled off and scraped my hands and knees, but it only took a few more tries before I was riding round on my own, just like a big girl. After a while I forgot about moving and started to enjoy the fact that someone was being nice to me. For the first time I felt like I was wanted and loved. My mum hadn’t changed her attitude towards me, it was Charlie who was giving me the attention I so desperately craved. I went to the local primary school and even that was good.
It scared the hell out of me. We must have been there for a week without Mum. Every night I’d sit at the window, crying, waiting for her to walk back down the alleyway, hoping that she’d come back. Every footstep I heard I wanted to be hers. But it never was Then Dad was so miserable and would get tetchy with me and Lisa – even when we were good. I didn’t know what was going on, all I knew was that I just wanted Mum to come back. And then she did. I was walking back from the shops with Dad one day; Lisa was in the house with Myra and Harry.
Nia was also an outcast like me – she was bullied because she wore glasses – so we had a fun morning that day walking round the shop, choosing how to spend my parents’ ten pounds. I picked out two big bars of Dairy Milk and a few other sweets, then I went home, eager to hide my loot in my bedroom cupboard where no one would find them. But when I got in, Charlie was already in the living room. ’ he snarled. ’ ‘Well, where did you get the money from? ’ he yelled. ’ That was it – my heart dropped into my stomach and I bolted out of the room.