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**Trigger warning from MNHQ** "Need help, my father is abusive but can't leave "

(24 Posts)

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jainak Fri 17-Feb-17 21:40:27

My father has been physically and sexually abusing me since a very young age.

Derlei Fri 17-Feb-17 21:43:27

How old are you? Is there anybody in real life that you can trust and confide in?
Do you have siblings at home or a mother?

Rarity75 Fri 17-Feb-17 21:44:08

How old are you now? Why can't you leave? Sending you some flowers and hoping some wiser mumsnetters are along shortly

MiscellaneousAssortment Fri 17-Feb-17 21:54:11

Do you want to share any more? It would help to know how old you are, and what your situation is?

Rarity75 Fri 17-Feb-17 21:54:33

Are you still there jainak?

jainak Fri 17-Feb-17 22:05:38

Yes I M still here, I have powered some more , please have a read

Jayfee Fri 17-Feb-17 22:07:01

please phone childline

Jayfee Fri 17-Feb-17 22:07:44

sorry asduming you are a child

SmileEachDay Fri 17-Feb-17 22:07:46

How old are you?

Notrevealingmyidentity Fri 17-Feb-17 22:08:05

From your other post it sounds like your family is abusive as well.

Can you speak to the police again and tell them you were coerced into withdrawing your statement and about your fears of being forced into marriage ?

Notrevealingmyidentity Fri 17-Feb-17 22:08:44

You can also call these people

jainak Fri 17-Feb-17 22:11:53

Okay many thanks , I will call them

Nel1883 Fri 17-Feb-17 22:13:04

How is this girl? Hope she is ok.
What does she me" I have powered some more"?

Notrevealingmyidentity Fri 17-Feb-17 22:13:55

I think nel she meant she posted more but she's made 2 threads by mistake - the details are on the other one.

Nel1883 Fri 17-Feb-17 22:16:37

Oh okay thank you. Where is the other one? I can't see it.

Notrevealingmyidentity Fri 17-Feb-17 22:16:56

Also in relationships

jainak Fri 17-Feb-17 22:17:19

Sorry I meant posted not Powered

Notrevealingmyidentity Fri 17-Feb-17 22:17:24


tinz22 Fri 17-Feb-17 22:18:10

That's the link to the OPs description in her other post.

Nel1883 Fri 17-Feb-17 22:25:39

Thank you.

StewPots Fri 17-Feb-17 22:28:13

Centrepoint may also be able to help you. So sorry you are in this horrendous position. flowers

DirtyMartiniWithAnOlive Fri 17-Feb-17 22:31:08

OP, I'm in London. PM me if you feel I could help in anyway.

LouMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 17-Feb-17 22:59:54

OP, you have posted two threads. We'll leave both of them up for now.

We think it would be useful to link to our We Believe You campaign - hope that it gives you some valuable information, janaik

You've been given some great advice and support here but we hope you can also find some support in RL too. Please do keep posting here if you feel that it helps.

We think it would also be useful at this point to remind everyone that, while the support you all offer each other is wonderful, please be mindful not to give more of yourselves - emotionally or otherwise - than you can afford to spare.

LimeySnickett Fri 17-Feb-17 23:06:27

You need to get the hell out. Have you ever worked? What kind of job do you think you might be able to do? Getting out of this situation is more important than anything. Don't worry if you are studying or doing something you think you must continue...there will be time for that. These people who call themselves your family do not care about you. You have to care about yourself. Just go and apply for some jobs tomorrow, working in a shop for e.g.. Then start working. As soon as you are able to ASAP- move out. You need to be employed and independent.
Do you have a CV? Work on one if you don't.

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