By Audrey Delaney
An account of a scared and harm little woman who controlled to confront her demons and reclaim her lifestyles.
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At other times, I’d pick away at the wallpaper on my bedroom wall, slowly peeling it away in miniature strips, as he abused me. It was a simple form of distraction. I would have done anything to distract my mind from the monster my father had become. But, of course, peeling the wall paper also got me into trouble. I had come to look on my bedroom not as a place of sanctuary but as a place of torture. I didn’t care what it looked like and was content to leave it untidy with clothes and toys left strewn all over the floor.
I could breathe again. The thunderous black cloud overhead disappeared but little did I know at the time that it wouldn’t stay away for long. Now I had two little baby brothers and I planned on being their second Mammy. I would tell them stories and play with them. Anything to keep them with me and safe at night. Once I was sure they were asleep and their door was shut, I would sooner make up an excuse to call Da into my room if it meant he would leave them alone. Better me than them I thought.
All the other girls were invited, except me. I had done nothing, yet that overwhelming feeling of being dirty and disgusting washed over me. I felt like a piece of scum. I didn’t know why I was so bad and so different. I didn’t tell Ma that I wasn’t invited, because I was so ashamed. Instead, I stood outside the house on the day of the party, hoping the girls would take pity on me and invite me in. But they didn’t. I was all by myself, sobbing uncontrollably. But no tears were falling. It was all on the inside.
All My Fault: The true story of a sadistic father and a little girl left destroyed by Audrey Delaney