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Mar 18, 2010
Bri:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

I can only hope you are using the past tense because you are no longer in that abusive environment. Your mother is very sick, and she took her anger and hostilities out on you. While you may have looked happy on the outside, you were (and probably still are) anything but happy. Please consider some form of counselling in order to help you through the repercussions of growing up enduring abuse at the hands of an alcoholic mother. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Mar 19, 2010
Bri
by: Anonymous

Bri, I really hope that you are in a safe place with your dad now and your sick, twisted excuse of a mother is in jail now for all those terrible crimes that she committed against you because she didn't deserve to have a beautiful daughter like you, but most of all, Bri, you certainly didn't deserve to have uncaring, sick, unloving, twisted, cruel, heartless, ruthless mother. Be brave, Bri, and stay strong.

Mar 21, 2010
Have a good mirror image of yourself.
by: maurice

Bri: You are a brave girl to tell your story on Darlene's site. You found a safe haven to be yourself in the telling. Darlene's welcomes you as you in the telling of your story: Personal in all it's aspects to you and you alone: she Values you and respects for your bravery. Now I sincerely and genuinely hope you are in a safe place and a safe invironment for you to acknowledge your goodness and greatness. Always respect your own self worth and dignity: Abuse is abuse and for the umpteen time a mother is the abuser. I find that pathetic at this stage, Mothers play such a roll in their childs life making their abuse of their beautiful birthing abhorrnet. A mother who abuses is not a mother. Bri, you did not ask to be birthed by such a mother. What she did to you was not your faullt. say I am not to blame. Bri always believe in yourself. Have genuine and sincere friend (s) in your life. one's who will stand by you, walk with you, Love and hug you, Listen to your every pain and ache. Listen to to your heart feeling, Be there for you allowing you to be yourself: Look in that mirror. who do you see? A gifted me, with tallents, gifts special to me. A me that is beautiful in mind and body. Be gentle and kind on that me BRI. Make your body beautiful in your own right and dignity. erase the brusise, the scars that not so good mother of yours made on it. Soothe them away with beatiful smelling lotions/creams. Making you feel good all over by doing so. Era go on it is not a silly thing to be asked to do. Always believe in YOURSELF BRI. have a healthy mind in a healthy body. take part in sporting and cultural activities with your friends and like-minded people. I CAN: I WILL: I MUST. Bri say I AM WORTH IT. Build up your self esteem and self worth. live your life to the full. live well, laugh alot, love much. you'll be fine. If there is a counselling clinic near you avail of a few sessions: it will do you a power of good and you will get the greatest confidential support from the counsellor/therapist. undressing not literally thae pains and the effests of the abuse your mother did on you from within will allow you to make a greater sense of yourslef in your healing process. Be a winner over abuse which was never of your doing.

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