Can you even imagine it?

@celticeagle (123385)
Boise, Idaho
December 31, 2008 5:36pm CST
How could a mother treat her own child like this? Some biological mothers should never have concieved. It is very sad. The lastest Caylee Anthony story is a good for instance. If you haven't read the book you need to. What this man becomes in spite of his mother's influence is quite a story. I hope that if you haven't read the triology, that you check on Amazon.com or where ever you purchase your books, and check for a copy of 'It'. It is a great read! But, the other two that follow it are even better. READ IT! You won't be sorry. It will change how you think. It did me. We, as mothers, are supposed to be nurturers, not torturers. What are your thoughts?
5 responses
@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
1 Jan 09
willhave to look for it. Yeah Moms are care takers of the little ones and are to prot4ect them never hurt a kid. I like the one about Cybil and what her mom did to her.
@Pigglies (9336)
• United States
22 Apr 09
Oh that is a good example! Now they have two movies out about Sybil. That is fascinating for sure. I wonder if they will ever have a movie about The Child Called It.
@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
22 Apr 09
that would be a good one to do I Would watch it for sure!
@jands1 (835)
• United States
22 Apr 09
On one hand I am amazed, from my primitive side, that such things occur. However, I am aware that the cycle of non-nurturing gets passed down from one generation to another. In effect, nurturing/caregiving, is being bred-out of many humans. A frightening thought where some people will be in a few hundred years.
@Pigglies (9336)
• United States
22 Apr 09
This is exactly why whenever people say to know about kids you have to have given birth, I can't believe that. Because look at these monsters. Anyone with working parts can give birth, but it takes more to properly care for and love a child. The Caylee Anthony story just sickens me. That lady and her parents too should be locked up. I'm betting they were all in on disposing of that body. Poor kid never had a chance.
• Philippines
1 Jan 09
i've read this book about 3 years ago, and it is unforgettable.. the horrors that Dave Pelzer went through was just too much that sometimes i would have to put the book down first. it makes some people realize how lucky they are to have a loving mother and family. but what's more amazing was how Dave was able to go through it all and came out an inspiration to all of us. It was also a testimony that although there are really bad things in life, there will always be someone that would lend you a hand and help you out. Although it took a while for him to be saved, at least he was lucky enough to have his teachers who did the intervention.
@Opal26 (17689)
• United States
1 Jan 09
Hi celtic! The name of the book is "It". That sounds like an interesting name. It is about someone who was abused and tortured by his mother. How sad. I just can't deal with the fact that there are actually people on this earth that gave birth that should never have! It is just a freak of nature, I guess. As was with Caylee Anthony. That story alone makes me so sick. How could a woman kill her own child? I just can't fathom something so sick. I want this woman to suffer and die! Can you tell me a little bit more about this book and this person. Although I think it will upset me too much to even ask or consider reading something like this. I get to emotional about this sort of horrificness caused by someone who is supposed to be a "mother"???