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Feb 06, 2013
Danielle:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Your mother has problems that she's having a very hard time resolving, and she's taking those problems out on you. But her problems have nothing to do with you; they have everything to do with HER. Staying because you've been guilt-tripped tells me that you're trying to please your mother; and when you do try to please her, it seems to backfire much of the time. Again, that's not on you, that's on HER. Treat your Self well, Danielle. Treat your Self with the love and dignity and respect that you want to be treated with. When you're feeling negative emotions about what's happening around you, stop and then think about the best feeling thought you can muster in the moment. In other words, go for some form of relief. It doesn't have to be going from powerlessness to joy; that's too much of a leap. But from powerlessness to anger is relief. And then from anger to overwhelment is more relief yet. Then to frustration to hope and so on and so on; all more relief. Keep coming up with better-feeling thoughts, the best you can come up with in the moment. Write them down. See your Self the way your Inner Being sees you: with love and joy and empowerment. Write down all the wonderful things about your Self and all the positive things that there are around you (you'll find some, even amongst some of the not-so-nice stuff). Doing this will help to bring your vibrational frequency up, which will ultimately attract better things to you; this is the Law of Attraction, Danielle. It's a very powerful thing. And you're at the perfect age to learn how to use it to bring forth what you desire. Not by thinking that you don't have it, but rather, by believing that you already do and attaching to the emotions of having those desires. You can do this, Danielle. In fact, only YOU can. I send you love, light and healing energy. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Darlene Barriere
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author. speaker. survivor. coach
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Feb 06, 2013
Seriously, get out of that house!
by: Anonymous

Please try to get out of that house as soon as you can, Danielle, (don't worry about being guilt-tripped anymore), even if it means going into foster care or moving in with your dad and your sister; you've suffered enough. Your mom is a mentally ill. As soon as you get away from her, your healing can start in earnest.

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