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All of my supporters help to give me strength to keep on going with my voice and tell the truth about Mike Rinder. Because my father, Mike Rinder, committed the heinous act of domestic violence against my mother.


It was an afternoon. We had gone—myself, my mom and my uncle—to reconcile our differences, so to speak, with Mike Rinder and to hopefully resolve that. And it didn’t go that way.


Before I could even say or do anything, my father, Mike Rinder, had his hands on my mom and was physically holding her brutally and with rage and hate. A very strong hate. You know when you can feel it. It’s palpable. This was towards my mom. And that really came through. I think it came through in his eyes, in his demeanor and also in his physical attack— that hate was very, very evident. And that hate resulted in her being damaged for life.


Instead of having any sense of ethics or maybe doing the right thing, Mike Rinder just denied it and has harassed my mom, the victim, since that time. And, as a matter of fact, has taken our family and what should be a family unit and trust, and he turned it into lies and hate and fed that into what becomes a propaganda machine. And that then spits out more hate and gets other people to hate, lie, harass me, my brother, my family, my mom, who’s the victim in this case. And that’s the way it goes. And Mike Rinder feeds and fuels this propaganda machine of hate against his family, his very own family.


Ending that support of Mike Rinder is part of getting justice, justice for my mom, justice for women. It is part of making this world a better world and stopping a man who hates, who is violent toward women, who lies.


Taryn


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It is International Women’s Day!


Today around the world, women are celebrated regardless of division, whether it be linguistic, ethnic, religious or economic.

Women are women and they are celebrated.


The women of our culture have done something of importance. They are special. They are mothers or teachers and they have to be celebrated. They have to be cared for and not domestically abused.

And justice4mom actually has two women stories involved in it because we have my mom who’s the victim of a domestic violence attack by my father, Mike Rinder, and her story; and then we have my story as her daughter, being a voice to speak out against domestic violence and against Mike Rinder.


This year’s Women’s Day 2021, the theme is #ChooseToChallenge.


And so I decided I’m going to choose to challenge Mike Rinder to own up to his abuse and own up to the fact that he abused his wife of 30 years and the mother of two of his children.


I choose to challenge Mike Rinder to stop harassing and hating me, my brother and my family—his family.

I choose to challenge all the people that are supporting Mike Rinder, supporting an abusive man. I choose to challenge you to stop supporting Mike Rinder and stop supporting an abusive man.

Wishing you a happy Women’s Day 2021. Women are beautiful. They deserve to be loved. They don't deserve to be domestically abused.


So let’s care for everybody and keep our women beautiful and happy.


Go women, go!


Taryn


International Women’s Day

#ChooseToChallenge


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Welcome. I am here speaking up so that people don’t support a man that abuses women—Mike Rinder. And, speaking up so that my mom doesn’t go to her grave having never gotten justice.

I know: I’ve seen all sides of the equation. I’ve seen my father being a belligerent, irresponsible person who is shaming my mom. And I’ve seen my mom living every single day in pain and having to rearrange her life because of that pain caused by my father, Mike Rinder.


Thus, my justice4mom campaign and my voice and me speaking out against Mike Rinder. And speaking out against him so that people understand what he is like and so that they don’t fall into the same trap.

I was a witness to—an eyewitness actually—to my father, Mike Rinder, attacking my mom. That incident is imprinted on my mind. The pain that he caused my mother is very clear in my mind—not only from that day but all the way since, because she’s in pain every single day due to this abuse.


Some of the things that happened and the damage that was caused by this domestic violence attack was that it really injured my mother’s nerves. I don’t know if you’ve ever had a pinched nerve but that alone hurts. But, imagine 5X that, and then to have it for your whole life. Not only was there nerve damage but her shoulder was actually broken by Mike Rinder. And the flesh wounds tell their own story with the blood that was all over her shirt, on the floor, and the gouged skin that was actually removed from her body from the attack. And not just skin but flesh.


Since that time I have been the one cleaning up the mess—helping my mom and doing everything that she needs to alleviate her pain and make her be able to live a decent life despite the fact that she was injured for life by Mike Rinder.


There’s been a myriad of physical therapy appointments, doctors, an operation she had to get to actually fix the bone that was so broken and pulled out of place by Mike Rinder’s attack. The doctors actually had to go in and cut some of it off because it had been jammed out of place. The doctor told my mom that the surgery was as intense as getting a limb amputated. This was because of the nerve damage and the exact place where Mike Rinder happened to have broken my mother’s shoulder. It was a very crucial place in her arm and it just was so painful.


So let’s end the cruelty by Mike Rinder. Let’s end the support of this cruel individual.


Let’s not have people that are cruel. We want kindness. We want care. And we want people loving each other and taking an interest in other people and helping them. Let’s make this a better world.


Taryn

2021—the year to end

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