Rest Assured We Are Not Cruel Or Back Stabbing People

fake people

This conversation is between *Steve’s other sister *Amber and I. She had posted a status which I thought was about me, so I asked:

Me, 16/06/2014 16:53 – Hello my dear, I’m sorry, I must ask… maybe I’m being paranoid, but is your status about me? Be honest, I can take it :).

Amber, 16/06/2014 16:58 – No no no!!!! Not at all. Sweetheart (…the middle of this conversation has nothing to do with my blog so I have chosen to eliminate it…)  I refuse to be someone to take anger out on when I only want to help and care for those I love. So…not about you at all!

Me, 16/06/2014 17:03 – I’m so sorry. As you may well have guessed, I think everything negative is about me because of what I’ve been through! I’m working on it. I am so sorry you are experiencing a difficult time with all of this. I hope the matter is resolved swiftly and quickly. I also hope that through all of this, you manage to have a wonderful and blessed day. Love myself and Max.

Amber, 16/06/2014 17:08 – Thank you, Persia! I understand the worry but rest assured we not cruel or back stabbing people and we’ve come too far for any of that. Have a blessed day and kiss Max for me? Oh and know that you are cared for!

Yet, they all befriended his girlfriend who they are supposedly disgusted with after slagging her off – all of which was done behind my back around the time this conversation was had.

And this was after my cell/mobile number and address was given so Steve’s father and step-mother could see my son Max. My instincts were right which is why I was feeling nervous about the meeting. I guess my post “Meeting With The Grandparents Today” was premature.

No doubt I am being used as a scapegoat to cover up what they are truly like.

If this is what they call being “cared” for, then who the hell needs enemies?!

(Please excuse any errors, as WordPress seems to be playing up, so I am unable to correct them).

5 thoughts on “Rest Assured We Are Not Cruel Or Back Stabbing People

  1. Persia, cut all ties with those people and take care of yourself and your baby. I was 16 years old when I left my son father he and his family tried every game in the book to be nice and sweet to my face. but behind my back was something else they even tried to take my son but I was smarter I got hold all his arrested record and when he got kick out the army for drugs. I found out by the army that his problem that he is malignant narcissist and was told to be careful with me and my son. Then the month of my son second birthday he tried to kill me. On my 20 birthday I was order to court for custody of my son his family thought they was going to win but I give them surprise they did not suspect by then I was NYC police officer and win full custody and order protection for me and my son. These people will destroy you and your family so don’t let them hurt your son. peace and love

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    • Firstly, I would like to thank you for following/reading my blog.

      Secondly, I am so sorry you experienced what you did. No one deserves to go through what either of us has, as well as others. I’m also sorry you ended up with a narcissist. Unfortunately for both of us, our partners tried to kill us. I still can’t believe it.

      However, I’m glad you rose the way you did, and that you won custody of your son. You have done well and they hate to see that.

      I have severed ties with them, because I knew something was off. I’ve learned to follow my instincts.

      Thank you for sharing your experiences with me.
      Much love to you and your son. xx

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    • Thank you for sharing this with Persia. I am a survivor of domestic violence as well, but I did not have children with the man who abused me. There are some things I have wished I could help her with over the past seven or so months, but my lack of experience has hindered me in some areas. I am so glad for you that you feed yourself from him, got custody, and went on to rebuild your life. I am sure what you experienced at his hand must have had some influence in your career choice. Even if it didn’t, it certainly shows the love and compassion you have in your heart for others’ well being. Thank you for reaching out. I wish you the best.

      Amy

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      • Thank you for your lovely comment Amy. You have helped a lot. Trust me. And I am very grateful. I am sorry that you experienced what you did, but am glad that it didn’t manage to harden you.
        Much love. xx

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