Robert Sherriff Nobody’s Home

myself “COVID” 19.

Robert Sherriff was part of the stolen generation a child in 1961. Ward of the State of South Australia 1961.

Indigenous on my mother’s side. As a child, he suffered from domestic abuse and sexual abuse.

Amazing Grace with the help of God and Jesus save this child when he was a seven-year-old boy.

Stories are really powerful. When shared, they have the ability to heal, strengthen, and inspire.

They base the stories that people share on what people have gathered from life experiences, and the most powerful forms of stories are stories of resilience. The word resilience itself is a demonstration of the ability of a person who bends in situations but does not break.

Robert has one thing to say there is no such word as can’t, Set your self-goals. Don’t blame others for your mistakes. And don’t use the word (IF) in five years ten years’ time don’t say to me (IF) only I had done that or this? Your choices then you have to grasp it both hands.

Life is a journey of endless struggles, and there are lots of life experiences that push people to the breaking point. But how people react to those situations is what the word resilience stands for. When talking about resilience, such stories not only inspire other people with the same situations to not give up, it also helps people in raising their voices and coming forward to seek justice?

People who are victims of wrongful acts such as harassment, physical, and sexual abuse are pushed to a level of extremity where getting out of the situation seems close to impossible. It is not uncommon for victims to get tangled in self-blame, self-harm, and ultimately, suicide. When they see no way out of their miseries, they surrender to substance abuse, take drugs, and take other medication. However, when victims see people sharing stories of their struggles, their hope is naturally increased

Robert Sherriff is one of many people in the world who are living examples of resilience, including Oprah Winfrey, Robert Lloyd Sherriff 2nd, and many more. Robert says he was not a victim. What happened to him as a child was not his fault. Robert suffered from sexual abuse and domestic abuse as a child. He only ever went to grade three. Then he self-educated. 

ROBERT LLOYD SHERRIFF- A FIGHTER

Born on the 8th of July in 1954 at 10-25pm, Robert Lloyd Sherriff 2nd opened his eyes in Victoria, Australia. The hail was hitting the tenth-floor window with such force that the hospital staff thought the windows would break right open. Then at that point, things would only get worse for Robert since the beginning. He was born prematurely and weighed only two pounds. Robert was born with a twin brother Peter who was Born at 10-35pm, Peter was killed in a car accident in 1980 six people were in the car they all died. He came from a very unstable family. He prayed to belong to a family who would love him. At seven he tried to commit suicide. That was the first of many attempts. Then came the mutilation where he would get hold of razor blades and cut himself.

Robert’s father was employed at the Royal Australian Air Force (defence force RAFF), Robert’s father, Robert Lloyd Sherriff 1st, was born in Adelaide South Australia. His father’s mother Ann Richards was a prostitute; He was 24 years old when the boys were born.

Robert Lloyd Sherriff 1st met his wife in 1953, Mary Janet Jackson, she was nineteen when we were born. They were married in December 1953. They would go on to have six children Johnnie died from cot death in 1956 they buried him in an unmarked grave Melbourne Victoria Australia. Roberts great-great-grandparents were from Scotland. Robert’s 2nd father Robert 1st was not very well educated. Robert 1st His mother, Ann Richards, was a prostitute by profession.

Robert Lloyd Sherriff 1st was an alcoholic and beat Robert and his brother regularly and raped both sisters my nephew is my brother he might have been angry because his mother was a prostitute and of all the 100, s of men he would crave for a father.

I saw a photo of my father as a boy and I think the only thing he ever loved was his dog. I know one thing he could never beat her at an argument or out drink her under the table she was fucking tuff.

Then at age seven, Robert 2nd he was beaten so severely that he got his four ribs and his arm broken. They admitted Robert 2nd to the hospital in a serious condition. In 1961, the judge called Robert’s father a vicious animal.

They then took Robert away from his abusive father after the incident and was made a ward of the State of South Australia. The judge on the day also fined my father to make sure it hurt his hip pocket.

To me in a way my father reminded me of someone who craved love. Someone with no morals or thought behaviour was something you ate. The next two pages is my father Robert 1st to a tee.

If you have no morals, you don’t have any concept of right and wrong behaviour. If you believe your behaviour is right, and society believes your behaviour is wrong, you have a difference in moral belief (s). … Morals are your personal beliefs about what is right and wrong.

a natural feeling that makes people know what is right and wrong and how they should behave: Some people believe that the increase in crime shows that society is losing its moral compass.

A study on human behaviour has revealed that 90% of the population can be classified into four basic personality types: Optimistic, Pessimistic, Trusting, and Envious. However, the latter of the four types, Envious, is the most common, with 30% compared to 20% for each of the other groups.

My father, Robert 1st also lacked any Christian beliefs and might have though Christian to be fooled. So, therefore, he had no one to answer to just himself and he could please himself regarding his actions. Like they will not tell me what to do.

What is killing this world at present is political correctness? I think if a child plays up smack on the backside will not kill that child.

REVIEW

By Doctor Arthur Luckas

Robert Sherriff, s psychiatrist

from Adelaide

This book grips you from the first page, written with raw emotion and honesty.

We read about the author’s traumatic upbringing and how he did not let his early childhood experiences to destroy his life. It takes courage to write such a book and open yourself up to the world. A true inspiration to anyone who reads this book.

Bottom Line – Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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REVIEW

Lisa Zarcone rated it – FIVE STARS

Nobody’s Home is truly a heart-breaking story. I was teary-eyed many times as I turned the pages. The author has been to hell and back living to tell his story of horrific abuse not only by his own family but by the hands of the very people who were supposed to protect him. Years upon years of continued abuse sent young Robert down a road of treachery beyond what the mind can imagine. The injustices that occurred throughout his young life paved the way for a completely damaged adult. With true courage and strength, Robert marched on like a dedicated soldier going into battle fighting for his truths and freedom every step of the way. Adulthood did not free him from his internal damage and pain. Life continued to be a turbulent ride until recent times. As true healing has now begun so many, many years later, this story is a profound example to the long-term effects of abuse. Around the world globally child abuse is happening and we need to raise our voices for change. This author has done that – he now stands! FIVE STARS.

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This song talks of suicide and death

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Robert Sherriff

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Lyrics were written and Sung by Robert Sherriff “Australian”

Music was Written by “Crafty”

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