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Bravo to you for stepping up and helping this poor young woman. Your kindness to her, as well as your financial support and prayer, are likely to go a long way toward helping her to survive a difficult family situation.
If a young person has a neighbor, friend, boyfriend or someone who validates that the abusive parent is the problem, and that his behavior is not her fault, that validation also makes a huge difference.
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