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Jan 12, 2009
Your abusers are to blame, not you...
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Ebilz, I'm so glad that your suicide attempt did not succeed. The world needs people who have been mistreated and offended against to speak out about such terrible acts. We need people who know that what happened to them was wrong to help teach others how wrong it was. We need people who remember what it was like to be abused to grow up knowing and doing better with their own children. In short, Ebilz, the world needs you. Don't for one second think otherwise. There CAN be purpose in the pain you've endured.

And don't ever blame yourself for not telling sooner. The vast majority of sexual abuse victims DO NOT tell; and they do not tell because of fear. Many, like you dear, are afraid of reprisals from their abusers. The number 1 reason is that they are afraid they won't be believed. I do hope you are getting some type of counselling for the way you were mistreated by everyone.

If you haven't already read some of the information pages here on this site, I'll point you toward a few of them. You might find them helpful:You've had to grow up before most, Ebilz. Stand up tall and hold your head up high, because you've survived some of the most terrible things a child can go through. That makes you very strong in my books.

Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me. And just for the record, you wrote very well.

Darlene Barriere
Violence & Abuse Prevention Educator
Author: On My Own Terms, A Memoir

Jan 12, 2009
your story
by: touched2mysoul

You are still a child yet you have been dealt very difficult things... I am sorry to hear of what has happened to you... you are strong for telling... it was not your fault... none of it...
I am sorry for your pain and the loss of your innocents as a child... you can move past this but it will take time, understanding, love and someone who can listen and hear you...
I wish you help... I wish you love...I pray for you to find the right person to talk to and help...

Jan 14, 2009
Strive For Great Things
by: AL Social Worker

This has been a painful and unpleasant experience for you as a child. Use this as your stepping stone to do great things. You are excellent and perfect in every way. This experience does not define you as a person it just makes you better. Take this and teach someone else do not be ashamed be proud that you are a suvivor.

Feb 27, 2009
GOD BLESS U
by: ABBY

HOPE YOU KEEP ON AND HAVE A HAPPY LIFE FROM THIS POINT ON GOD BLESS YOU ANDHOPE THE PEOPLE THAT HURT YOU PAY FOR IT.

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