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May 14, 2013
Cynthia:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Keeping your daughter safe is the right thing. Your husband clearly doesn't understand the extent of what's happened to your daughter and the effects of what happened. I also understand his desire to keep connected to his family. If your marriage does fall apart and you split up or divorce, he will have at the very least visitation rights to your daughter. He will very likely also have her without supervision, which ultimately means he will take her over to his family's home without you to protect her. And if you and your husband do split up, your daughter will forever blame herself, and she will blame the fact that she spoke up, which will teach her to never tell again. I strongly suggest looking for some form of counselling to help you through all this. If your husband refuses to understand, there's not much you can do to make it happen. But you CAN look for ways for YOU to change so that your daughter remains safe. I send you both love, light and healing energy, Cynthia. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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May 24, 2013
Stay strong
by: Anonymous

Please stay strong for your daughter. You're doing an AMAZING job and I'm sure you know that. Just don't give up fighting for your daughter. My mother gave up fighting for me after I was abused by my dad from the ages of 1-4 and I'm 12 now and have PTSD and several Anxiety disorders.
Your daughter's not able to protect herself and I'm glad that somebody strong is watching out for her. She's lucky to have such a protective and strong mother.

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