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Today the topic I want to go over is pain. Now I don’t know about you but for sure, for me, if I’m watching a movie or something and there’s pain—someone’s getting punched, something like that—I can’t deal with it. I have to turn it off. You know, we all know pain is unpleasant. It’s not fun. And naturally human beings don’t like it.

In the case of my family, Mike Rinder is synonymous with pain. And I can tell you all the reasons why:

  • My mom: she was attacked by him and physically injured. The physical pain of a much larger man with a lot of force and pressure put on my mom’s body was from Mike Rinder. And while doing this, he broke her shoulder which, of course, having a broken bone in your body is painful. And then the gouged flesh. And the continued pain, after that, of the operation, the physical therapy, all the things that happened because of that broken shoulder. It’s pain for life. And my mother is crippled for life because of Mike Rinder.

  • Then you have my brother, who went through life threatening cancer, years of surgery and radiation, chemo. And so he had that pain and on top of that he had, at the same time his father, Mike Rinder, not only attacking his family but also then domestically abusing the mother of his children, in other words, hurting my brother’s mom. So my brother had that pain too.

  • The next example of Mike Rinder equaling pain in my family and being synonymous with pain is with my grandmother. This was Mike’s mom, and she was a fabulous woman. But she went to her grave, honestly, tormented and in anguish about Michael as she used to call him. I mean every letter, every e-mail was Michael, Michael, Michael. And a key thing that she told me and very much communicated to me was the anguish at seeing that her own son turned into this horrible man that attacks his family and spreads hate and lies about his own children. And that was just so against the way her and my grandfather were. And that was pain. I mean, if you’ve ever seen pain, that was pain.

  • My uncle, which is Mike Rinder’s brother, Andrew, is another example of pain. Living his whole life as his brother obviously they were together. And the latest pain, and this was physical pain, was when we went to go, my mother, Andrew, Mike’s brother, and I went to go see Mike Rinder and try to reconcile as a family. But when we went there, the pain that he then inflicted on my uncle was to almost break his finger. And, you know, he absolutely had no qualms about hurting his brother. Yes, it was my mother, whose shoulder he broke, he also attempted to break his brother’s finger. And so that’s once again pain in our family is synonymous with Mike Rinder.

I mean every sense of the word: mental, physical, vicariously, directly. Pain equals Mike Rinder in our family.

And that’s why I use my voice to expose Mike Rinder and say to everybody: don’t support Mike Rinder and don’t support people that make pain for others. Be nice, be helpful, be a good person. It feels much better, for sure.

I’ll see you next time.

This is Taryn with justice4mom.

Mike Rinder means family pain.

Don’t support him.


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