A friend of mine was molested when she was young, it got to the point that she finally got brave enough to tell her teachers and counselor at school. When she got home her dad was waiting and said to her "the school called and told me what you said and nothing is going to happen". It continued to happen , convinced that no one would help her now she was unable reach out for help again. Still today she is haunted and cries quite regularly, saying things like why would they do that. Can she get her parents in trouble for what they did, can she get the school for failing to save her or report it to the proper authorities. And what about pain and suffering, because she is clearly still suffering?This happened in the state of Missouri until she was about 16 or 17, She told her school when she was in the fifth grade. She's now thirty. Her parents still find ways to mentally abuse her. Also about three years ago she got the courage to speak out against her mom. I mean just voice a different opinion about something, not argue or fight or yell, and her mom slapped her right in the face so hard it took her breath away. As she called the police station her mom called the officers cell phone (because their friends of the family) and the cops wouldn't even come to the residence. She went to the station to file a report but was turned away. She really believes that she can never get away from these people and there is no one out there who can help her. I think she's wrong, but the local police are obviously not a option. Which is why I'm asking, she would be so scared and embarrassed if she knew I was reaching out for answers! It was the mother supervised and concieled by the farther
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