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Nov 26, 2009
Behind bars is where that pervert belongs...
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Allie, I'm delighted to learn that one, you told, that two, your mother believed you and acted, and three, that that perverted excuse for a human being was locked away. Please, don't blame yourself. Blame lies squarely on the shoulders of the child molester. Be proud of yourself for telling. This morning I posted a story from a survivor who was sexually abused by both her brothers, both of whom are now fathers of baby girls. She doesn't want to tell because she's afraid of what it might do to the family. Perhaps if she reads your story, she'll reconsider her decision to stay silent. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me, and for pointing out how important it is to tell when someone is doing something bad to you.

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Nov 27, 2009
One big hearted Teenager Young Adult thinking of others
by: maurice

Allie, you sure were ever so brave in relating your story of abuse/molestation by that Scum Bag. He took away your beautiful childhood and adolecence years. Your doing your best to protect your sisters was heroic your the best. Hi be sure to hold your head high, none of what happened to you or your sister was your fault. That bad man was the perpetrator of hurting you and paining you. You had a boyfriend who cared again no one would have blamed you if you let him bash the head off that sicko of the male species. Great He is behind bars. I certainly would be for putting him out in the open away from the comforts of the prison in a open cage to deal with the elements just for him to really feel pain and know what the effects of it on your innocence. I have no sympathy whatsoever for child molesters. Male or female. Great you found Darlene's site. She is the best. She has a heart of love, a heart of gold for each single visitor treats each one with respect and advises accordingly. Allie her words to you were affirming. She knows your heart was in the right place after your own abuse. Asking others to tell and not to be afraid. Allie Always Believe in Yourself. LOOK IN THE MIRROR AND SEE THE WONDERFUL AND BEAUTIFUL TEENAGER YOUR ARE. LOVE YOUR WHOLE SELF/ LOVE THAT BEAUTIFUL BODY OF YOUR BACK TO THE BEAUTIFUL CREATION IT WAS AT YOUR BIRTHING DAY. LOVE AND RESPECT IT ALWAYS. SOOTHE AWAY THE DIRTY MEMORIES AND SCARS THAT MAN LEFT ON IT WITH NICE CREAMS. Say I'm special, I love me. I can I will I must just for me. Hug yoursefl and let those you trust hug love into you too. Hi you are what Darlene would want a victim of abuse but the winner over it. Good on you Allie. If you get the chance do share your story with a counsellor/therapist do it for your own peace of mind. Try and have a friend ourside of your normal boy/girl relationships who will listen to your every little woe and still hug you.

Nov 27, 2009
monster disguised as a man
by: BMW Princess

That man was subhuman. I feel for you. No one should harm a child. I hope he gets what he deserves in prison

Dec 02, 2009
You deserve a medal
by: Mike

One of the reasons child abuse is so common is because it is rarely told. The abuser always has some way to make it very hard for the victim to tell. The world needs more people like you, not you the victim, but you the brave teenager.

Pretty much anyone who reads your story will be proud of you, and I truly hope other victims out there read your story and decide to put it to a stop. No child deserves a life like that.

I wish you all the best for your future, and maybe some day your mom will find a true gentleman to love all of you with his heart.

Dec 03, 2009
your strong allie
by: mark shepherd

Allie,you sure did the right thing,,
i wish i had your strenght.27yrs on i still have not told my family of my abuse for the fear of them blaming themself.

1 day i hope i can open up and tell a member of my 33 now and have lernt to deal with it in my own way.

god bless 1 is to blame for what as happened to us all,apart from the ABUSER,the sick person behind it.

Jan 05, 2010
Commending Your Courage
by: A Reader

I am sorry that this happened to you and your sister however, I commend your courageous acts. Though this is unthinkable you survived and perhaps saved your self from years to come. So I celebrate life with you and your courage to come forward. In as much as, too many people are afraid to tell for many reasons one namely, because they do not think the story is convincing. Believe you me, I know.
Best Wishes

Sep 07, 2011
My heart still empatises with you
by: maurice

Allie: I sure hope you are living your life to the full: staying in education: enjoying your friends and staying safe and being safe: Yes: I want always what is the best for you amd your sisters: I'M SPECIAL AND I LOVE ME: You are amzaing Allie In charge of your own destiny: beautiful both inside and out: Dynamic: Ever changing and ever growing: Grateful: for each and every day: Healthy: Full of energy.Intuitive: Looking within for answers: Kind-Hearted: reaching out for others: Lovable: exactly as I am. Optismistic: anything is possible: xcited about living and loving. Wise: open to all life's lessons. Trustwort: speaking from the heart. Powerful: Beyond Imagination. Allie Live well: Laugh Often: Love much: I WILL: I CAN: I MUST: simply because I am WORTH it: That you are Allie:

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