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Mar 02, 2010
Crissy:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

NONE of what happened to you is your fault. It is NEVER EVER the victim's fault. Fault is ALWAYS on the shoulders of the offender because the offender CHOSE to offend. There was a family dynamic present that you are not responsible for. You need help with this, Crissy. Alcohol may help you numb the pain, but it will only magnify the problem as you try to circumvent that pain. Allowing yourself to go through the pain instead of avoiding it is what will eventually make the pain stop. It will never stop unless you face it. You're worth more than living in pain. Please consider some form of counselling, including AA. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Mar 02, 2010
Not Your Fault
by: Anonymous

Crissy, what happened to you is not your fault, never had been and never will be. Your so-called family is to blame because your grandfather is a truly sick man and he should be in prison with his slimy enablers for relatives together. As for your "mom", I am truly disgusted by her reaction to your friend helping you; in fact, I really hate women who choose men over their own children. I am glad that you chose to sever your ties from those loser scums for relatives who should've helped you in the first place; I just really hope that you try counselling.

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