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stephanie
stephanie

jenn. oh my goodness. i am well aware that there isn't any which way that violence doesn't traverse among human beings but your story, dropped my already gaping jaw.

thanks to the so holy site of TMZ.com i read the actual police report for michael lohan's most recent attack against his on and off girlfriend kate major. he was still under court order to stay away and with the court date a day away he went over to "talk" about it all with her last night.

almost obviously.. violence occurred again between the two and the result is a longer "stay away" and kate should protect herself as a part of that legal agreement. what drew my mouth open and turned down it's corners were the actual documents that they use in florida in domestic/family violence cases.

first glaring assault to texas justice was that michael was arrested on "suspicion" of domestic violence assault and battery while i was arrested "for" family violence assault misdemeanor (with a compound fracture) while my husband had earlier broken a guitar string and got stung. his 1 inch welt that had ceased to bleed hours before was listed as my assault in a paragraph that described it as 6 inches long and bleeding. curiously, weapons or other felony makers never did come up. it might have had something to do with my husband notarizing a statement of "no harm." or maybe it's the fact that i have and always will bite my nails down to the quick.

second blow to the texas police procedures and policies- kate in FL was observed and recorded for symptoms such as, calm, fear, tearfulness, anger, contusions, concussion, simple fracture, compound fracture, pregnancy, and more. my case noted included a statement saying that i had dislocated my wrist. it doesn't take 7 pins and screws held together by a titanium plate to fix a dislocated joint. does it? just for time saving sake- NO. the answer is no.

i was crying almost uncontrollably as my husband calmly told the police that i fell onto a table and broke my own wrist.

the rest, i've told. we are so far behind florida i cannot wait to do more research to find out where this lone star state really does rank.

your story is just mind boggling. i cannot even begin to imagine the rage that your mother deals with, unless i look at my own mother. she couldn't physically and would never try to physically harm my father, but i think that urge is there and only stifled by the 1/2 gallon of scotch she consumes in the evening. though she's the angriest drunk i've ever known, she's 73 now and unable to throw a punch. i too cannot count on my parents for baby sitting. certainly not at night. after 5-6pm things go through the looking glass and i would never leave my three year old in the situation i was in because i can't bear for her to have all the unanswered questions that i did at her age.

since children aren't equipped to understand drunkenness they (i) explain (ed) it in ways that make sense for them. they became a part of me and something that i was a part of. at times my growing mind did stop to consider if i was at all at fault for mommy being "sick" at night and at other times i was just compelled to secretly join her in liquor since it seemed clear life was tied to closely to it. in my teen years it became a rite of passage i was well ready to take!

when children are left with unanswered questions in their family or in life are steadfast pilgrims and will find an answer themselves in their own way and usually in a way that is very harmful to them.

it'sstrang how abuse courses through our veins and, often instead of acting as a vaccine, it leads survivors to repeat the experience in some fashion however similar or dissimilar.

mine was easy to see in hindsight. my mother drank and my father hid and i sought out a daddy in every man i've ever known except my current husband. of course 'vei made bad decisions and of course i ended up participant in abuse within my own marriage. i could never seen this coming for me as an only mildly troubled girl. of course, it's 20/20 now. i know what i've done to land me in the messes i've endured.

spousal elder abuse. jenn, be brave and wise! don't interfere or intervene unless you speak with your father and he grants you blessing to help him. step really lightly, if you ever try to bring this topic out of the shadows. find out about things like power of attorney, the rights you have or do not have to commit an unwilling patient to a treatment facility that may help. most of all, just be there for your dear father and please don't allow any of your siblings to stigmatize him or treat him like a man who cannot take care of himself. if you do come to the point that you must intervene, support your father as best you can. it is unlikely that he will be all aboard with this either at the start, men who struggle with heterosexual abuse are probably the most under served group of all survivors. he may already have what some people call "battered womens' syndrome". he may try to protect her as many victims do.

take the best care you can for your father, but never let anything eclipse your own healthy family and future.

Fran
Fran

Stephanie, Thank you for speaking out about your situation. It would be great if this sort of officer training were unnecessary, but reality tells us it is necessary and should be mandatory. I'm glad that your situation has improved. I pray that you and your husband are able to continue on your path of healing.

maggie, dammit
maggie, dammit

Jenn, I am so sorry for what your father has endured. It's important for people to realize that domestic violence knows no boundaries or stereotype. Abusers can be women or men. The key is the power imbalance, and whether one person lives in fear of the other.

I find this definition of domestic abuse helpful:

http://www.domesticviolence.org/definition/

Jenn
Jenn

After living in the Lone Star State for a long time and being a trained volunteer at several old-school Austin agencies (in the 80s and 90s), my heart goes out to you. I totally understand. And yet...

Here I can share something that only people in my family have no problem understanding. My mother is barely five feet one inches and weighs about 90 pounds. Tiny tiny, very lady-like in public and around others. My father is six feet two, one hundred ninety pounds. I grew up watching my mother attack my father, again and again. As the years went by, sometimes he became very close to losing his temper and would simply leave. He explained his injuries (the one people could see) as accidents from playing football or lawn work or hunting. Before we moved to Texas, my mother never attacked my father, she knew her family would speak to her about her ever growing rages and jealousy. She hurt my father several times in ways no one would believe by looking at her...by the time I married, I had seen the terrible anger and fury hurt him and he would hold back no matter what she did. I still worry that some "damage" done to his kidneys came from an attack with a broom handle as he lay sleeping...I know one scar on his neck should have had stitches and she broke several of his ribs more than once.

We never ever called the sheriff or police. Or anyone. Ever. My father has spent over thirty years being hit, slapped, attacked, bruised, beaten, scalded, not too badly, shoved down steep stairs, stabbed and cut...all by a size zero tiny lady-like sorority girl/woman known for her charm, style and graciousness.

It is always jealousy that seems to set off the attacks. She is sure my father fools around constantly or "is thinking about it and that is just as bad." After all three of us children married and moved away, it's gotten worse. My father tries to deal with it, she's had tons of therapy. She still attacks him. Sometimes all he does is walk in the door home from traveling or a business trip. She knocked him out with a phone when I was thirteen and just left him, bloody and still, on the floor.

All of us that "know" i.e. have seen it with our eyes, the three children and our spouses and once or twice, a few of t he grandchildren (not mine, I have never allowed my children there alone with my parents together EVER or my mother alone) have seen these attacks and injuries. My father is now so tired he pretty much lives in his office, travels extensively and lets her have their huge fancy house all to himself.

When the phone rings/buzzes at night, I always fear it will finally be the police telling me that it has finally happened: My mother had killed my father or he has finally "lost" it with her. No one would believe this tiny frail beautiful still, thin, charming, woman would or could hurt this man. (She grew up with three older brothers and one much younger. Maybe this is a hint, I don't know. All her sisters are violent at times, real anger issues but I don't think they hit or attack or hurt their husbands like my mother does.)

Just my experience and it is very real. And yes, Texas police are not trained, have really bad attitudes and we have a DPS officer, a sheriff and a UT policeman in our Texas family. It's scary.)

Take care,
Jenn

I-ris
I-ris

I had a very similar story. although there was no reconciliation, and there never can be, as the father of my children will never get the help he needs. the court system has only allowed him to continue to abuse me and our children. it is all so very heart wrenching.

Pippi
Pippi

Thankyou for sharing this. I'm glad you made it to the other side.

Richard
Richard

Thank you for sharing your story. The police and the legal system have been unprepared to adequatley handle domestic violence cases for decades. I am sorry that this happened to you.

Stacy @bklynstacy
Stacy @bklynstacy

Stephanie, What a terrible injustice you were exposed to. I can't imagine how terrifying and ANGRY-fying it all was. But there is so much power in helping people see how truly imbalanced and uneven reactions to your type of situation are. Cops are usually men, men are usually the aggressor, men are usually inclined to downplay the anger/violence of other men. The good news is there are men who know this is true, who are working to change this, who are ensuring that police departments have correctly trained officers. Thank you for doing your part to help change these things; I promise I will do my part, too. {{hugs}}

Sarah
Sarah

Stephanie, thank you for sharing your story to help others. Your voice matters so much.

I'm so sorry for what you went through, but I'm grateful you are alive and well. Blessings to you.

Jennifer
Jennifer

How terrible. Thank you for sharing. It's important to get this kind of information out there.

Isabelle
Isabelle

What a horrible process for you to go through, you should never had been treated that way. It's too bad the justice system can't always see the truth. It was never that bad for me as far as broken bones, but I didn't call 911 when I should have a couple of times because I knew I would seem hysterical and he would turn on the charm - I still wish, however, that I had called 911 or filed a police report more than I did. I'm so glad he was able to change and quit being physical. I guess what happened was a wake up call for him. It does not happen often that they change, but I'm happy for you.

thepsychobabble
thepsychobabble

Domestic Violence is so complicated, and our police force is (usually) inadequately trained to deal with it. I'm so sorry this happened to you.

Deb Rox
Deb Rox

I'm so sorry this happened to you. Being misunderstood and mistreated by law enforcement after you've already been beaten is horrible. Often domestic violence is complicated. You are right, policies and training can help this immeasureably, and so can stories like yours that illustrate the problem, so thank you so much for speaking out.

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