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The Listening Ears of Children

 


Many children go through horrible and tremendous abuse at the hands of the ones entrusted to keep them safe from harm.....their parents....close relatives....grandpas and grandmas....aunts and uncles....




 


I know of a little girl who at the hands of close relatives started being sexually molested at the very young age of an infant...she is an adult today....and she remembers that time....most if not all of it.Psychologists will tell you that children have little memory under the age of 5....not so if the abuse you are talking about is satanic ritual abuse.




 


That was the life of this little girl....from time to time....the first eight years of her life...satanic ritual abuse...too much pain and trauma to stay in the present....so during the worst pain she “floated” up and watched the abuse from a place of safety....where there was instantly no pain.....no fear....and most importantly – she did not lose her sense of identity or person....nor her sense of childish curiosity or wonder..this little one watched the eyes and face of her perpetrators abusing her before her very eyes...committing atrocities that should not befall any child....she did not lose her sense of curiosity.....she watched every move and studied the face and expressions of her perpetrators....in time she learned when the worst was almost over....and when it would start up again....she become adept at reading the expressions of her perpetrators....




 


God was good to this little child....when things are too great to bear he makes a way of escape....”floating up “ and away from the abuse was this little girl’s blessing....God knew this precious little soul may not make it through the night without His warm embrace and tender arms cradling her through her violent storm....while “floating” this little girl watched a cradle rocking nearby and her spirit was soothed and cared for by the comforting motion of that cradle....she was filled with a quiet sense of peace and tranquility....all was well....meanwhile her little body ravaged by the selfish desires of those who saw no restraint...there were other children who suffered along with this child...they were forced to watch each other’s abuse....they comforted each other by holding and rocking each other as they came back to “the cave”...they talked to each other and “made it better”.




 


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hey sang “Jesus Loves Me”....why?....because that is what they remembered mommy singing to them...they soon came to realize that they needed each others’ eyes during the abuse....now during the abuse they watched willingly....knowing they needed each others’ “eyes” to survive the night...eyes that made them feel warn and loved and cared for....eyes that shed waterfalls of tears and silently proclaimed “I am here with you....you are not alone”...even though they were naked....they felt comforted by the caring and tearful eyes of their friends...what was the first thing everyone said in returning to the cave?....what was the most important thing they needed and asked for to comfort them when they returned to “the cave”....”I want your eyes”....which meant “I want to see your eyes”....eyes full of pain from their own abuse.....pain from watching the abuse of others....tears flowing full of empathy and kindness....naked they huddled and shivered together....slowly regaining their ability to walk and talk again...they felt fear but no shame.....they pointed to where it hurt and talked of what had happened to them....they were their own little survivor support group....not cognizant that they were saving their own psyche by sharing their hurt and pain....they were each other’s heroes.




 


Do you ever wonder if children really listen?




 


There is another side of this story....this little girl also lived in the real world of family school church and community....this is also the story of how a community of cops....not knowing what had befallen this little girl or any of the other children....”simply” showed this little girl over and over again through school programs...bike programs....safety programs...lyceums....that they were there to protect and keep her safe. As adults we may not think it possible for her to believe one word of any policeman’s message.....considering some of her perpetrators dressed up in all manner of law enforcement uniforms.....why? ...to keep her silent.... afraid of telling.....hoping that she would grow up fearful of everything good and decent and right.




 


Do you ever wonder if children really listen?




 


That child grew up strong and healthy in mind and spirit....she embraced life and found a tremendous devotion to caring about her community and reaching out to others in need. She candy striped at the hospital the first chance she became old enough....she went on to get her nursing diploma and loved being able to use her education and knowledge to help others in their time of need. Did this growing individual ever feel at a loss of peace and safety and security....or at the mercy of her childhood past....no....what else could happen? ....there is no manner of abuse worse than what she had already survived and conquered...she knew something “really bad” had happened in her past and during her adolescent years she heard of many survivors’ stories shared by people who came and talked at her church. She would sit in the pew and say to herself....I wonder what I am going to talk about when I “find out”.




 


Do you ever wonder if children really listen?




 


Well....yes this young lady was quite surprised and shocked when she started to remember what God had helped her hold back in younger years....now she was old enough to know and old enough to give back of her memories and her knowledge and the strength of her survivorship and reach out to others in her community. She wished with all her heart that she had been the “last one”....but knew it wasn’t true. So she started teaching children about character and emotional intelligence...finding encouragement and support with the writings of Daniel Goleman and Franklin Covey. Teaching children/youth in her community about the strength of emotional intelligence has been her passion and mission in life since a teenager....she still has the same drive and ambition and devotion in reaching out to children as she did in younger years.




 


That same person...now much older... will be graduating from Kaplan University this December with a degree in criminal justice with the hopes of gaining a position on her local PD.....the one she so credits for strength of mind, character and devotion to community. Her perpetrators long ago would have wished her to take another path.... she should have turned out differently....in jail...in prison...on psychotropic drugs...in a locked psych ward.....she takes no medications except for Tylenol and Ibuprofen from time to time...she doesn’t drink alcohol or do drugs....she made that choice as an adolescent.




 


Why did she survive and turn out with the strength of a warrior and the gentleness of a dove....because of certain people who wear their uniform and badge with dignity, trust, integrity, honesty, compassion and kindness... and all manner of professionalism...COPS.




 


And yes... that little girl grew into me....Sherry....dolphinblue....there isn’t a waking hour of any day that I do not remember what happened those first few years of my life....what you may not realize is....that past is my source of continual strength and courage....my peace and my joy...that past...meant to teach me to hate and despise everything that was decent and good.....taught me instead how precious every minute of every day is...and also the special bond of friends who care and look out for one another. Not only has SRA been an inspiring emotional support.....but because of how I watched the face and mannerisms of my perpetrators long ago...I am quite good at reading the slight clues of manipulation and deception....along with social cues....when working in ICU I handled the stress of a trauma or code situation with all manner of calmness and composure....the same as I do with escalating patients on the psych unit....It is also my very past of SRA that taught me how vital and important it is to teach and mentor children...they truly are our future.




 


Do you ever wonder if children really listen?




 


It is with great and appreciative heartfelt thanks that I honor all the LEOs represented through PoliceLink.com and other agencies scattered across our country. May God bless you and keep you safe and constantly under His watchful eyes. If you ever wonder if children really listen....the answer is ...yes.




 


dophinblue


 


 

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Your story has moved me to tears.  I can not understand why someone would do these things to a child.  At this time I don't know what to say to you.


I cannot undertake to lay my finger on that article of the Constitution which granted a right to Congress of expending, on objects of benevolence, the money of their constituents..." --James Madison

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wow. you are truely a survivor.  I fortunately cannot relate to your story, but it hit me hard....the tears wouldn't stop coming down my face.....it felt like I was that little girl.  You hear about these things happening on the news or the calls that come into 911, but it doesn't dawn on you just how bad it is until you actually hear it from the victim themself.  I watched Oprah a little over a month ago and they had a special on child predators, I could not believe the things that the perpetrators are doing.....and how young the victims are, the detective mentioned one infant still having her umbilical cord attached...what kind of sick @$$ pervert could possibly do something like that??!!!. I don't see how people can get any type of pleasure out of hurting an innocent infant/child.  It is disgusting, but reality. Thank you for sharing your story. You hear where many children are traumatized for the rest of their lives by these types of incidents, but not you. Congratulations on your upcoming graduation....thank you for speaking to and mentoring the children of our future.


I couldn't even count the number of times that I've spoken to my children about sexual abuse and "stranger-danger". I drill it in to their heads so many times. I just pray to God that if one day something were to happen, they'd tell me. I recently started to also tell them that if one of their friends starts talking about someone hurting them or starts giving off signs of abuse, they need to tell me. 


Thank you again for sharing your story. Best of luck to you in your LE career.

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Thank you A.L.and Crystal for your responses.  I tell my story to let people realize it is never about what happened to you in the past....it is about your attitude ....perps are all about trying to destroy the good and the decent.....to demean and insult and disrespect and belittle all that is good....I say from the moment you are free you are also free to make the choice you did not have during the abuse....one can cower and live in fear for the rest of your life.....or you cah be proactive and positive minded and work for the betterment of your community....and especially for the children!


 

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Sherry,


When I read your profile, I thought you were an amazing woman.  Now I'm awe struck by your story and more importantly about your survival of a horrific childhood.  Although, I can never understand what you have been through, I know that sometimes through tragic events, some people are empowered with a strength no one can understand.  You are truly one of those very special people.  Thank God, He gave you the "power" to deal with what was happening and gave you "friends" who understood and "helped" you through the many years of abuse.  I weep for all that you and the other chldren went through, I just can't understand how people can be so twisted and evil to young innocent children.   It is beyond understanding.  


I am so honored to have "met" you through PL.  You are a true inspiration and I'm so happy you can and are helping so many others...no one can help others to heal like you can....you are a true gift from God to so many other victim/survivors.


Thank you for sharing your personal story with us.  You are a true warrior and a most gentle soul.   


With Sincere Regards,


Jan 

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Sherry, your story and life is an inspiration to me and should be to everyone that reads it. There is a need for your stroy to get out in the main stream Law Enforcement as we can all learn from you. Your compassion and strength of character is evident. I can tell that GOD is your back up and he will help you and be your inspiration. You will make a great Cop and a great asset to your Department. God Bless and Stay Safe. 


Bad stuff happens to good people, handle it and overcome.
My motto for life:
Let go and let GOD,
Only HE can control everything.

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Thank you for your kind words desertlady...and gudercop it is my desire to do just that....it would be a great priveldge and  honor to talk with LE agencies ( and other organizations) regarding my personal story  and how their teaching in the schools and community can have a huge impact in the lives of children. 


For anyone who has an interest just shoot me a PM.  Thank you..


 

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Sherry, each time I read you post I get so upset that a child should have to endure such evil in her life.  I am so thankful that you were, through the love of God, able to over come that which you endured and became such a great God fearing woman.  I am so proud to have you as a friend.  You have changed lives that you will not know about until you are with the Lord and people come up to you and tell you what you have done for their lives.


I cannot undertake to lay my finger on that article of the Constitution which granted a right to Congress of expending, on objects of benevolence, the money of their constituents..." --James Madison

"Posterity — you will never know how much it has cost my generation to preserve your freedom. I hope you will make good use of it." —John Quincy Adams

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dolphinblue says ...



Thank you for your kind words desertlady...and gudercop it is my desire to do just that....it would be a great priveldge and  honor to talk with LE agencies ( and other organizations) regarding my personal story  and how their teaching in the schools and community can have a huge impact in the lives of children. 


For anyone who has an interest just shoot me a PM.  Thank you..


Sherry



Sherry, here is the attachment that I tried to send by PM.  CHECKUP.pps


IMPEACH OBAMA. GENERAL McCHRYSTAL FOR PRESIDENT.

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I can personally relate 2 ur story.I myself was in an awful situation at a very young age."Step Grandfather"HE did the same to my step-mother but she seemed to blame me for what he did for many yrs.This I still dont understand ...due to the fact that he did this to her as well.I felt like I must of done something to brinig it on or I deserved it...Im 43 now.I do still have night mares if Im around someone smoking a pipe"mostly Vanilla or cherry". I cant be around VAnilla candles at all.It makes me throw up.On a good note...I as u survived and have bettered my liife regardless as to what my step-mother said. I know I didnt deserve what happened to me and I watch many children and "can see that same look on their face and I just know!!!"  This makes me feel helpless! I cant stand it!!!!!! I went to an online college foer Criminal Justice just to find outhow to catch a Preditor ONLINE I was told had to becime a cop & work my way up as a dective 2 legally do this..I dont want to become a cop nor a dective.  I just want to catch these jerks and put them away for good.ANy advice on how to do this PLEASE-PLEASE let me know.This is my dream to get him back for what he did to me & others (even though he is dead now)My hopes,prayers and blessing r with u now and always..GOD BLESS YOU!  SIncerely...Kim

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Rated +2 | Posted almost 6 years ago

 

I hear your pain and anger and frustration at the hands of your perpetrators.  You mentioned the word helpless.  You are anything but helpless.  Surviving abuse is not just about surviving the specific incident or incidents of abuse...it is about preserving your own mental and spiritual well being and health. 


There is everything you can do as an abuse survivor to speak out for prevention and social/community awareness in your communitiy....through your church your schools community events where you could hand out fliers etc.   how about your domestic crisis organization.....what about teaching a children's support group.  There are other ways to teach in your community and reach youth and parents...if the door is closed on addressing the issue of on line predators there are many other avenues to take in speaking out on abuse issues. 


My personal opinion and attitude of how to put perpetrators in their place is to teach and mentor youth....young parents etc....on what is actually considered abuse....including emotional abuse....emotional abuse always precedes physical and/or sexual abuse....since Columbine most schools have taken a very serious and proactive approach to bullying and harrassment on school grounds....is that an avenue that interests you....


Kim, there is much you can do with your background and desire to reach out for the welfare of others....You Are Not Helpless!!!


The one thing that any abuser fears is someone that can teach youth and others of how to resist their manipulative tactics.  You want "pay back".....Pay your abuser back with the desire to teach and educate and mentor youth in your area....that is what youth whether they are in trouble or not need the most....mentors....reliable and trustworthy adults who will show them the way....be an example of how to ride the ups and downs of life....how to stand up to those wishing them mal  intent...with the strength of education and support on their side.


The most important thing you need to remember is ....You Are Not Helpless....seek out the leaders in your community and discuss areas where you could be of service.....the opportunities are there....just reach out in your community.....even though you have no desire to become a cop that is an excellent source as far as community involvement and cops would definately have the insight to know where the need is greatest and where you could be of service.


God bless you in all your efforts.....keep in touch..


Sherry

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buterfly65, there is so much you can do. You can volunteer at a youth center assist a women's resource center by counciling the abused and broken children and women that are in the same situation that you were. To just let them know they are not alone in delaing with this. Hang in there where one door is closed GOD will open another. GOD BLESS and be safe.


Bad stuff happens to good people, handle it and overcome.
My motto for life:
Let go and let GOD,
Only HE can control everything.

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I agree gudercop....there are many avenues that survivors can reach out and give their support , wisdom and direction to others who have suffered abuses of any kind.  Support and mentoring is a tremendous need in any community....law enforcment can not be everywhere and volunteers are a valuable asset to any community.


Sherry

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THAT is what i'm talking about!! Children/Survivors of Sexual Abuse and any kind of abuse-We are survivors!! And, we use our past as weapons to convict the guilty today! And our motivation to make a difference in our world is OUR ammo, and let me say that we'll never run out unless we're in the earth, or something else happens & our weapons DO NOT backfire.


I am so blessed to have met you.. you are the only person that I have met on here (or anywhere) than my mom, that knows what I've been through or knows how scared, guilty and dirty, or alone I felt. Even when I was in a truck with my predator and my 7 year old sister going to a place where he'd commit his dirty deeds while my sister watched.  


GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR DAUGHTER


we do listen, and we SURELY do remember


Speak for someone who doesn't have the voice left to speak for themselves.

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Faye_Cat91 this is my own personal story....it has nothing to do with my daughter.....she was not involved in anything I wrote about.


Sherry

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Faye_Cat91...I hope you realize what a tremendous source of courage and strength you can represent to the youth in your area.   Showing them kindness and a sense of positive direction.  Helping them realize they can have goals and hopes and dreams just like anyone else....and that they can accomplish all they set their hearts out to accomplish.


Sherry

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Rated +1 | Posted almost 6 years ago

 

I have removed my previous post after a message that many of us received from another PL member...I do not want my post misinterpreted.  If you have any comments please just PM me.

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Rated +3 | Posted almost 6 years ago

 

I posted my story in the first place to offer encouragement, support and inspiration to others who have suffered the harsh realities of this world. Never give up on yourself or others....this world we live in can offer us the most violent of experiences....and also the most loving and compassionate experiences....it is all about our attitude and choice of how we are going to respond to the difficult circumstances that come our way....so ....after consideration and the encouragement of another PL member I am  reposting it. 


Sherry

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Sherry, thank you for re-posting this. You are doingthe right thing and do not let anyone tell you otherwise. 


Bad stuff happens to good people, handle it and overcome.
My motto for life:
Let go and let GOD,
Only HE can control everything.

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Sherry, thanks for sharing your story with us, I know that every person that reads it can get inspiration from it, but most of all, thanks for using your experience to help, teach and encourage other people. 


I can really say much, I get REALLY, REALLY, REALLY UPSET when I read or hear about anything bad happening to children, it just makes me physically sick and it actually brings out my darkest side.  I know that everything that happen happens for a reason, although I would never understand why this things happen to more children in the world each day, I would never question God's will, but I guarantee you I would do anything in my power, including giving my own life, to save any child in this planet from the hands of some POS like that.


I only have one question, that I would love to know the answer; DO THESE SCUMBAGS PAYED FOR WHAT THEY DID TO YOU AND THE OTHER CHILDREN?


GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!!!!!

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Rikandog...no ....I believe most of them are dead now....there were over 13 perpetrators....I teach children about emotional intelligence, confict resolution and especially about the significance of choices....and the reputation they earn for themselves even as adolescents....many children/youth need a cheer leader and someone to root for them....they need to know that someone cares about them and how they turn out....


And thank you gudercop for encouraging me to repost....if my story can reach just one person and help them realize no past is too big to over come....it will be worth it...


I thank all who have offered support and encouragement ...I appreciate every one of you....God bless you all and I wish all  very Merry Christmas and safety during the Christmas and New Year holidays!


Sherry

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Remember those children who have been abducted and are not spending the holidays safely with family and close friends....yes many children are abducted by family members...but nonetheless they are considered missing and may not be safe.


Sherry

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I shared my personal story not to describe the violence and abuse....because I have not written any of that....and for a reason....that is not what my posting is about....it is about victory and about surviving when the enemy wishes you to crumble...to yield to their mentality....to be swayed to their persuasion....to follow in their footsteps.


Please be aware I do not speak of SRA in public....I could talk in general terms and do about SRA until next year....however NEVER could I talk publicly  about my own experience in SRA.  That is not what I want in a speaking.tour.....rather it is about teaching the significance of leadership...choices....cultural diversity...emotional intelligence....that matter of subject relevance...yes I mention abuse and what it wishes to rob from a person....but I do not mention SRA.


I can and have discussed my personal experiences in SRA...but that is absolutely a private and secluded conversation....never in public.


I dare say anyone who could stand up in front of an audience and talk of thier personal experience in SRA is a fake and phony. I could be very wrong, of course,   but I just know what it takes and demands of me....and it is enormous....never could I tell of any of my personal experience standing up and in front of a room full of people.


My message when shared publicaly revolves only around the tremendous benefit of community authority figures emulating the qualities of  leadership...respectful character traits....what I saw as a child that gave me the other perception and perspectives of life I so desperatly needed to see and be a part of.


Any one wanting to know any more please send a PM. It is my desire to tell PD about my personal story....but that would take some mutual understanding


Sherry


 

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Rated +1 | Posted almost 6 years ago

 

Sherry thanks for posting this story it brought tears to my eyes.What a great testimony .

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 Sherry thank you for sharing such a painful story with so many. I am so proud of you for overcoming all of what you had to endure. I weep for the childhood that was lost. You are true inspiration God Bless You.


 

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You are truely blessed to be able to bless another with your experience. So you had to hurt or endure any pain. Keep God in your heart and on your mind.


Mrs. Officer

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Rated +1 | Posted almost 6 years ago

 

Thank you crab1958, RJBLA, and Diamond2k for your comments.  Many children/youth who have been abused have been given the example that power means aggression and violence....basically they wish to do unto others as they as they have been done to...as we have learned from the social learning theory children learn from examples...adult examples....sometimes the examples of older siblings or youth in the neighborhood.


Prove you are a credible responsible caring adult when they have years of experience telling them otherwise.


Abusive adults usually have an abusive past.   However many other abused children do not carry on the anti social behaviors of their abusive perpetrators?  Why not?  They saw the difference....that difference carried more weight than the weight of their perpetrators....how does anyone else carry more weight than abusers.


Who beats the bad guys....cops.   Cops represent authority figures....abused kids often grow up resenting any authority figure....especially cops.  Why am I transitioning from nursing to law enforcement....because I want to put the bad guys where they belong....I want to do more social education and teaching in my community...and I want kids to realize cops are not the bad guys....what is the first thing they will say....how do you know how  bad my life has been...you have no idea what I have been through................


Children and youth need to realize that just because they have been hurt and abused it does not give them the right to return bad for bad...the rules of our communities and laws of our land still apply to them....they do not get a free ride to abuse and "payback" society in the form of committing crime/s.  There needs to be a measure of compassion and yet structure and just and appropriate discipline to those children who strike back at society for the wrongs that have been done to them in youth.  Many feel they have the right to violate the laws because someone violated the laws in their childhood....they do not....many of those with a true criminal mind have some kind of abuse in their past....that does not give them the right to abuse or violate the rights of other in their  present or future.


Catch them when they are young....some antisocial youth age out of crime in adulthood....others do not.


I work in patient psych and with a host of patients who blame their past for their present troubles.  That is just not so....it is their attitutude and perspective that is leading them astray. Not letting go and not moving on.


Sherry


 

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Sherry that is so true when bad things happen to us we have to be able to pull ourselves up and continue to fight. Sherry you know about what had happened with my family and how the effects of this can damage my grandchildren. We are working through this and are getting help for the little ones and talking to them about their dad and why he is no longer with their mom. My 4yOA grandson asked why his dad was in jail. It just about breaks your heart to tell him that dad did some bad things. This is very hard on me because I am a cop and I do arrest and jail people all the time. This is the first time immediate family has been jailed. Not fun. But at least this person will not get away with what he had done as had happened to your perpetrators. Thank you for this link and being a friend.    


Bad stuff happens to good people, handle it and overcome.
My motto for life:
Let go and let GOD,
Only HE can control everything.

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Rated +2 | Posted almost 6 years ago

 

This is one of the big reasons why I  became Law Enforcement, To protect and serve god creations. I believe the most valuable creation from god his children. I can only pray that it does not continue to happen, and hope that we can catch all of the parent that are not loving gods wonderful gift.

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Rated +1 | Posted almost 6 years ago

 

Sherry,


  Thank you so much for sharing your story. It gave me goosebumps and made me cry. I was older when I went through something very similar to this. My older brothers friends thought it was funny and I was always to scared to tell. Both my parents were cops and I did not feel I could even talk to them about it until I was in my 20's.


    You are an inspiration and I hope you the very best in your career path as an Law Enforcement officer. I would feel Privileged to have you as a memeber of the department I was working for. You will do well in your career. Just dont let any one brake you down or tell you that you are to soft hearted. Keep reaching out to those who need you!


 


 There is so much more I want to say to you and I just cant find the words to put them down......

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