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Talk about spellbound… you had me right from the start… the abuse you suffered was to the extreme… they abused me but nothing, absolutely nothing compared to yours. You are an amazing writer and an amazing person to have come through all of that. miladymar

What a sad chapter for anyone’s life. That you survived it, I’m sure made you strong and the man you are today, but no one should ever have a legacy like that. I have read about the hard times in Australia and about the missing generation. But how many of them were taken from homes like yours and how many of them were stolen from loving mothers? Such a tragedy. Trish

Chlorine Jackson Good on you Robert for writing the book and telling your story. I grew up with loving parents and can’t imagine what you went through as a child. It’s so unbelievable that there are people out there who can abuse children or even animals, they have a blocked heart chakra and don’t feel love. Lots of love to you and I hope you sell lots of copies.

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Hi, Robert. I live in Ringwood in Melbourne. So glad to have read these three chapters and am so looking forward to reading the entire story, even though it touches me so much. Please keep in touch and let me know how things are panning out. Thank You, Condor.

Hi Robert,. Very well written. What a childhood, can not understand how you survived your childhood. You have come through a violent upbringing to be a caring, loving father and husband and an exceptional friend too many who take the time to understand you and listen to your perspective on life. Under that rough exterior of a man is a boy just wanting to have fun and enjoy his newfound life with family and friends. Looking forward to reading the next chapters of your life, but I know the end and I know it ends well. Robert Westwood.

Martin Haywood This kind of abuse in families has to stop and parents need to be accountable for it. Children are not pawns in a game to do what parents want with them. They are part of a family and should be nurtured and cared for. In proper societies. Children grow up to do what they! were taught. So it carries on through generations.

Thank you. I will purchase your book. I am reading two other stories at the moment but I will put you on my list. I feel it is important as abuse survivors to read other’s stories. We support one another. Right now I am reading Carol Levine’s story (she interviewed you) and it is an honest look into her past for sure. If you ever read my memoir The Unspoken Truth please let me know. Thank you again. Have an outstanding day. Lisa

Trish – What a sad chapter for anyone’s life. That you survived it, I’m sure made you strong and the man you are today, but no one should ever have a legacy like that. I have read about the hard times in Australia and about the missing generation. But how many of them were taken from homes like yours and how many of them were stolen from loving mothers? Such a tragedy.

A shame that the memories of such a life can not be removed, but it looks like you have pulled yourself from the depths and gone on to make a life for yourself. For that, I admire you.
This is great writing but so heart wrenching to read. Nicely written

Musonda Mulenga – exceptional

Herbert J. Field Hopefully your book will help many people put things in perspective. In this hysterical environment it’s often hard to work out fact from fiction; who truly suffered and who are opportunists using hysteria to reopen old wounds for personal gain; rather than using forgiveness to heal old wounds caused by those who knew not what harm they may have caused

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What an amazing story of survival and horror that could be performed to an innocent kid by people and officials paid to look after children.

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A shame that the memories of such a life can not be removed, but it looks like you have pulled yourself from the depths and gone on to make a life for yourself. For that, I admire you. Amazing Shivansh

This is great writing but so heart wrenching to read. Nicely written 3 months ago x
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I applaud your bravery in sharing your harrowing ordeal. And I respect and admire for surviving all of that. Steve.

Mariovitale227 – very good with words you got going on here very together you got this very much Amazing 4 months ago x
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StoneCausedWaves – I wish you only the best in offering your significant contributions to poetry unto the eagerly awaiting world….. 2 months ago x rate: , , skip
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Adelaide abuse survivors welcome apology – but action must follow

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Tonight’s special guest is Robert Sherriff from Adelaide, South Australia, an actor/model/singer, motivational speaker, writer of youth fiction and poetry, and author of the recently published autobiography ‘Nobody’s Home.’ Robert’s father was a severely violent alcoholic in the RAAF, and his grandmother was a prostitute often raped and beaten by his father right in front of him. Robert and his twin brother were miracle births each weighing only 2 lbs, but he often thought it may have been better if they were aborted. His life changed course forever the day his father broke his arm and four ribs with a broomstick, resulting in Robert becoming a ward of the Australian government. There began years of systemic and brutal physical and sexual abuse beginning at only 7 years old in multiple boy’s homes and hospitals by multiple persons which he says left him feeling shattered, afraid, grieving, and sometimes wishing he would die. He remembers everything in graphic details how he ended up feeling self-hatred leading to self-mutilation and self-punishment. It took until 2008 for him to truly begin healing after finding good medical supports and with his faith in God. Now at 64 years old, his book reveals the horror of children in government care in the 60s and 70s, “one of the darkest periods in Australia’s history where children were currency in the hands of evil men who could operate with immunity.” He shares his long journey from victim to survivor, eventually forgiving his father, and wants to give voice to the horrors suffered in secret and see justice for every one of these Wards of State, many of whom committed suicide.

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