Dave Pelzer Message Board

Anonymous posts on 9/21/2008 9:53:39 PM Dave Pelzer is NOT getting married. It was just a mind game he played on his radio audience. When he made the statement, "A wedding is in the works," he was referring to the fact that his is going to be acting minister for a lesbian marriage. He fights internally himself with bi-sexuality, and this might be his first step in moving toward figuring out his own soul. Don't forget he is only human, struggling with his own interanl issues. Mind games is something that he plays with many people; it is part of his MO. Just listen to his show, and you will hear many underlying tones to many people.
Susie posts on 9/18/2008 4:04:15 PM I herd David is getting married again.Does anyone know if it is true?I hope so becuse he dezervs to be happy.
Narinder Thapar - oxford uk posts on 9/18/2008 6:08:01 AM I just finished reading A Child Called "It", I cried throughout the 3 days of reading it. For days after I kept thinking of what Dave went through. I have 2 sons aged 2 & 6 and looking at them how can anyone harm a little child like that. I felt sickened at the thought of "The Mother". I wish Dave always more than the best and you have done all us who have read your book /s proud.

sherry posts on 9/12/2008 4:39:56 PM hello dave how are you doing how is your wife and kids i which i can meet you guys i read your book you wrote i cry alot i am very sorry you have to go thought at are you working i have 3 of your book from a very nice person sherry
maxine page posts on 9/11/2008 11:18:24 AM Dave, i dont know if you ever read these, but i have just finished reading your three volumes of memoirs,a child called it,the lost boy and a man named dave. i was truley amazed at everyfing you have overcome to become the man you are today, you are a amazing man who deserves all the happiness in the world. Whilst reading your books i was filled with various emotions. RAGE,that a mother could have done the things that she did to you, SADNESS as you described your permanat struggle to make it and finally HAPPINESS that you did!! Mr Pelzer you are one in a million and a remarkable individual x
Jenny posts on 9/1/2008 10:26:57 PM Dave, Thank you for sharing your story. I had abusive parents and thought that I was just messed up and would not get better. If I hadn't read your books I might have remained in a state of learned helplessness. You made me relize I didn't have to be miserable because of my dark past. Thank you
Sunshine posts on 8/29/2008 5:41:28 PM All you people who hav nothing beter to do but make rude coments need to keep to urself
ashleigh posts on 8/28/2008 10:00:24 PM i have read a child called it and i was amazed at the horrible things that had happened to you. my mother is also an alcoholic, and i had been bashed many times by her. im now living with my father and my mother is finaly getting better. im only 14 but your life story has indulged me. best wishes dave.
Anon posts on 8/27/2008 6:57:51 AM I have just read the first book by Dave Pelzer, 'A child called it' i read the book in a couple of hours and i couldnt put it down. It is the most powerful and touching book i have ever read and made me cry for hours. As someone who has been through i similar situation in my past, i think these books will really help people who have been through bad times. Although it did bring back for me memories i had dealt with and forgot about it is good knowing i/we are not alone. Thank you
vickie henriques posts on 8/26/2008 5:15:34 PM I am the mother of 2 and grand mother of 3 and all that I can say to Dave and all the others in his place is that I am sorry. I cannot fathom how another could treat a child in the manner that David was treated, how a mother could willing hurt her child. I wept during your book and I prayed for all the abused in this world.. And I thank you David for being brave enough to tell your story because I know that it will help so many others who are or have been in similar situations. One of my daughters has Down Syndrome, so in a very small way I too know what it is like to be different, but I am proud to say that my Esther is loved and is consdered a BLESSING to our family. I don't know you David but I love you . I lost a son before he was even born and still to this day I miss him, why could'nt you have been mine? If ever I would love to exchange an email with you. Thanks be to you and to God for blessing you.
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