Happy New Year!

by Darlene Barriere - Webmaster
(Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada)

Wishing You All the Very Best in 2008!

Wishing You All the Very Best in 2008!

To my visitors and contributors: I take this opportunity to express a heartfelt thank you for helping my website become the foremost child abuse site on the Internet. Your contributions, comments and questions have helped others in countless ways. You have made a difference. Keep up the great work!

May 2008 bring you all healing and happiness.

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Jan 01, 2008
British Columbia, Canada
by: JWC

Thank you Darlene for providing a comprehensive website on the effects of child abuse, along with numerous informative stories from your visitors. These stories and your comments provide helpful insight so that others may learn and heal. Keep up the good work, and all the best in 2008.

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Disclaimer: To the best of my knowledge the child abuse
stories on this site are true. While I cannot guarantee
this, I do try to balance the need for the submitter to be
heard and validated with the needs of my visitors.

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