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Dec 08, 2010
To Name Undisclosed:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Over the past several years I've answered many of the questions you're asking within the comments of visitor stories and on some of my article pages. However, I am no longer in a position to answer questions from my visitors. If you are compelled to know the answers, I strongly recommend entering a field that will allow you access to statistics and research into the minds of abusers, and how that abuse affects the behaviour and development of the non-abused children in the home. You were targeted for abuse, and whether you choose to believe it or not, your siblings were abused in a different way by having to witness the abuse inflicted upon you. That left them indifferent, and in the end, complicit without recognizing what they were doing was wrong. I highly recommend some form of counseling in order to help you deal with the repercussions of coming from such a terribly abusive environment. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Darlene Barriere
Webmaster: www.child-abuse-effects.com
author. speaker. survivor. coach
From Victim to Victory, a memoir


Dec 09, 2010
A percent of abusers get help: and make up that is great news:
by: maurice

It never crossed my mind or I never asked myself the question what is going through this man's mind as he gives orders to little/big boys to undo their buttons or pull down their pyjamas: or why he had us wear loose shorts so he could put us through Physical exercises while he had full view of our bareness: Or why he used to beat us on our bare bottom: So your question of the conscious of one who abuses little children and adolecents: The human mind is very fickle when not informed, ignorant, As children maybe they too our abusers were abused and therefore took it for granted it was okay: Thankfully a good % 0f right thinking human being with an intellect never abused: That we all can be grateful for: Even as I make my comment I have a fear: Abuse will never go away: and that we have many sophisticated forms of abuse in our modern world that will have their effects for years to come: I am still meeting people my own generation who are just starting to accept that they were abused unaware that it was aabuse: Are the rest of the % of humanity born abusers: it is a sickness: I know many who have abused who really won't don't accept they did anything wrong: Human society will never have all the answers to what goes through the mind of those who abuse: Finacially many of their victims have been helped but sadly no few have used even a percent of this money to get counselling simply because most countries/communities don't have the mountain of counsellors to either counsel the abuser or the victim: Family life is good, very good. We as visitors to Darlene's site must be most grateful to her: She has proved to each one of us that there is a life to be lived after being abused: Sadly our abusers some are dead live their life too as if nothing was wrong with what they did: The abuser lives with the hell and the effects of it for a long time in there life: We still have sufficient counsellors around us to help us who are still feeling the effects:

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