A Child Called “It”: One Child’s Courage to Survive

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A very heart breaking story of a child who was abused by his own mother. Treated as an animal. This story will make anyone who reads it cry of tears with sympathy.

This is a must read for everyone for them to see what others are suffering.

Start reading guys…

Sneak peak:

  • “Mother can beat me all she wants, but I haven’t let her take away my will to somehow survive.” p. 4
  • “Mother then ordered me to climb up onto the stove and lie on the flames so she could watch me burn.”
    p. 41
    This is one of the earliest and most horrifying examples of the abuse that Dave suffered. His mother has just burned his arm by deliberately holding it to the flame on the stove. Then Dave struggles and manages to avoid being forced to lie on the hot stove.
  • She grabbed me by back of the neck and led me to the kitchen. There, spread out on the counter top, was another full diaper. The smell turned my stomach. ‘Now you are going to eat it!’ she said.
    p. 56
    This is another sickening example of Mother’s depraved mind.  She repeatedly tries to get him to eat the dirty diaper. Only the return of the rest of the family stops her.
Categories: Autobiography, Juvenile, Non-Fiction | 2 Comments

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