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Sep 04, 2010
Emily:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Your mother is very mistaken; it is NOT "part of being a teenager" to feel as you do. Not even close. You need help with what you're dealing with. Please consider contacting The Child Protection Line for Scotland at 0800 022 3222. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Sep 09, 2010
ALWAYS BELIEVE IN YOURSELF:
by: maurice

Build up your Self esteem: Self Worth now that you are 14: Emily Darlene sure has given you hope for a better future only if you begin to help yourself: Let your motto be I will: I can: I must because I am WORTH it: You say and I truly believe you that you have two very good friends: Trust yourself enough to trust them: Let them walk with you in seeking the help Darlene advices in her heartfelt words to you: You had an idea even when those molested you that something was wrong: Now you are a Teenager: more mature in your thinking: Know better about what abuse is: Sadly those two you mentioned used you for their own aims and gratification: They were wrong: Emily, please try and understand and say it to yourself: I did nothing wrong: It was not my fault: NOW get on with living your teenage years to the full: Stay in education: Begin having a healthy mind in a healthy body: Oh yes it will mean a bit of effort on your part: Get out there with your friends and class mates taking part in sporting and cutural activities: Become active and alive in naturally getting to know yourself and your body: You are gifted and tallented in your own right: Don't be afraid to display them or show them off: Emily great you found DARLEN'S site: Please do as she lovingly asks you from her womans heart to you personally:

Sep 27, 2010
Hello
by: Jane

hello I'm Jane I have never been abused some of my friends have.its not normal and you should get help with your bulimia.when i was in 5th grade i was depressed and anorexic just like you because of all of the bullies and no its not part of being a teenager. you should tell someone other than your mother like a cop or teacher. maybe ask your mother to see a counselor. i remember in 5th grade i was 10 years old 60 pounds and 5 foot tall and still would not eat.i started to see a counselor and it really helped I've only tried to kill myself once and that's by locking myself in a trunk to sofficate.so get help and you might feel better

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