By Jennifer Elizabeth Masters
When I was a little girl, I was left with a babysitter who was rageful, controlling and aggressive. I was raised to do what my elders told me. I didn’t question, I was like a little mouse. It was easy for me to be molested. I didn’t know how to stand up for myself or fight back. For those that know me today, that doesn’t seem possible. I am quite capable of speaking my truth and don’t hesitate to do so. Both my parents used child-rearing techniques from their childhood. We were taught to do as they said. We were in fear of doing otherwise.
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