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by Cassie Harte

Download I Did Tell, I Did: The True Story of a Little Girl Betrayed by Those Who Should Have Loved Her ePub
  • ISBN 000733088X
  • ISBN13 978-0007330881
  • Language English
  • Author Cassie Harte
  • Publisher Harper Element (October 1, 2009)
  • Pages 304
  • Formats lit doc lrf txt
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1631 kb
  • Size Fb2 1104 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 514

Cassie was just a little girl who wanted to be loved. Betrayed by her mother in the most horrific manner, and abused by her 'uncle', she had to fight to survive the demons of her past. Cassie couldn't remember when the abuse began, but from an early age she knew that her life was different from other children. Her mother made it clear that she wasn't wanted, she wasn't loved and He said that he was her friend, that this was his way of showing her that she was special. With no one else to turn to, finally she found the courage to speak out, to tell her mother what he did to her. But her mother wouldn't listen, and with horror, Cassie was to discover exactly who her abuser was, and why she would never be heard. I Did Tell, I Did is the incredible story of a girl who was betrayed by everyone who should have loved her, and how she overcame the pain to find happiness and love, and to learn how to live with her past.

Cassie was just a little girl who wanted to be loved. In this book she described herself as the victimised Mother who sacrificed her life for her kids

Cassie was just a little girl who wanted to be loved. Betrayed by her mother in the most horrific manner, and abused by her ‘uncle’, she had to fight to survive the demons of her past. I Did Tell, I Did is the incredible story of a girl who was betrayed by everyone who should have loved her, and how she overcame the pain to find happiness and love, and to learn how to live with her past. In this book she described herself as the victimised Mother who sacrificed her life for her kids. I didn't see any sacrifice toward her son who she abandoned.

Cassie was just a little girl who wanted to be loved. Betrayed by her mother in the most horrific manner, and abused by her ‘uncle’, she had to fight to survive the demons of her past

Cassie was just a little girl who wanted to be loved. Cassie couldn’t remember when the abuse began, but from an early age, she knew that her life was different from other children. Her mother made it clear that she wasn’t wanted, she wasn’t loved and He said that he was her friend, that this was his way of showing her that she was special. With no one else to turn to, finally, she found the courage to speak out, to tell her mother what he did to her.

I Did Tell, I Did is the incredible story of a girl who was betrayed by everyone who should have loved . Out of all the books I have ever read, this story touched and moved me the most

I Did Tell, I Did is the incredible story of a girl who was betrayed by everyone who should have loved her, and how she overcame the pain to find happiness and love, and to learn how to live with her past. Out of all the books I have ever read, this story touched and moved me the most. I felt the author's pain and such sorrow for every single and unfair hurt she was forced to endure throughout her entire life. I do believe though, that God counts every one of her tears and will make up to her in heaven, tenfold for every misery she has suffered on earth. May God bless this beautiful and gentle person with the happiness she so much deserves.

To Elaine – well, they did call it puppy love! And last, but by no means least . As we approach number 31, I see that all that has changed here is the colour of the front door, from maroon to white. I am still filled with dread.

To Elaine – well, they did call it puppy love! And last, but by no means least, to my little sister Karen. Thank you for showing me, when no-one else could, that it was possible to give and receive love. She kept on with her campaign of hatred, but she also decided to bring in some additional help. Physically and verbally abusing me just wasn't enough for her – not when she could have her special 'parties'.

Cassie was just a little girl who wanted to be loved

Cassie was just a little girl who wanted to be loved.

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Gigafish
I know this is a true story just had a hard time believing any mother could be this horrible of a human being. I thought the book was written very good. I was abused as a child but not that bad so I understand some of what she went through. I also was made to give up a son when I was 16 a very traumatic time for me he has never come and looked for me and that saddens me because I am now in my 50’s. Anyway great book and I am glad you are happy now in life even though it took so many years.
Iriar
Cassie Harte did not get a happy life. She struggled with long-term sexual abuse as a child, with a mother who had zero motherly feelings toward her, with loneliness, with betrayal, with prescription medication. But she is a survivor. She learned early in life from a close friendship that love is possible. She kept trying. She kept searching for a life of her own.

I found the portion of Cassie's story where she realizes how sick the prescription medications are making her to be unbelievably important. My late husband had this same issue and did not survive it. Cassie is an amazingly strong and smart woman to have understood that the medications were clouding her judgment and ultimately doing more harm than good. I am not anti-medication, far from it. I think each person needs to exercise caution with all medications. For Cassie, she needed to face her psychic pain and learn how to function on her own. And she does! She continues to love fully even when she cannot have the person she loves in her life.

Cassie's life is not an easy read; it's painful. She writes well, but she is honest about her struggles. And many of her experiences are not ones most people will have. But her story is full of important life messages for all of us. Perhaps the most important one is to keep believing in yourself.
Paxondano
A very well written book shout a young girls rape and abuse and how it affected her life her family and her friend's and marriages. A sad book but very true to life
Saberblade
Dearest Cassie - you are a remarkable woman!! Your story moved me tremendously!! I cried for you and just wanted to wrap my arms around you to give you the love & reassurance you so deserved. None of what happened to you WAS your fault ! May the rest of your life be amazing & beautiful! I wish you ALL THE BEST!
Fast Lovebird
So sad to read how these special babies were treated but heart warming how there are amazing people out there that can change these special kids outlook on life and love.
Priotian
I chose this rating because I thought that it was good. Upsetting but yet healing in its own way. Some may disagree but they should read it before passing bad judgement.
Lesesshe
Could notput this book down, what an amazing woman to overcome so much ❤️
Excellently written. Such a courageous account. It's not easy to read and is terribly sad, but it should be read. My heart goes out to Cassie and I found joy in her picking up the pieces and putting herself together after such horrid abuse, and sadness in all that was done so wrong to her. Read it.