ejayfierce wrote:PS (starting today on the blog ima start documenting my abuse each day)
Can I just suggest that this is probably not the best way to go about it. Surely there's someone you can tell, a teacher at school maybe, or someone in the authorities (police, social services). Over here we have a free telephone service called "Childline" which is precisely for situations like yours - where children or young people are suffering abuse and have noone to turn to because their parents/carers are the ones responsible for it. Does anything similar exist in the USA? Is there anything your big brother can do in terms of alerting authorities to try and stop it?
It's not just you that needs to be out of that situation, it's your little brother that you fear is going to be next in line. I can only urge you to tell someone - someone who can do something. However much support we can give you here on UKMIX, and however much support people who might read an online blog can give you, they're not the people who will be able to do something to stop it happening. I really feel you need to be alerting people who can do something to stop it, you shouldn't be forced to suffer for the next two years.