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May 10, 2010
Faeree:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

I no longer answer questions for my visitors; I had to permanently suspend that feature on my site. I can only offer you space to tell your story here and offer you encouragement. Only you can decide if you really want to try to remember all that happened to you. And if you do, consider some form of counselling, but be ready to have to deal with the repercussions of remembering. Also, children who offend have themselves been offended against, usually reenacting what's been done to them; and they don't understand what they are doing. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

From Victim to Victory, a memoir
Darlene Barriere
Webmaster: www.child-abuse-effects.com
author. speaker. survivor. coach
From Victim to Victory, a memoir


May 11, 2010
How could they do it to their own?
by: maurice

This Faeree is the question your honest telling of your story to Darlene and her visitors: Darlene has given you a comment worthy of you to act on and get on with living YOUR life to the full: She truly has overcome her own Abuse and know the pain it caused her while she received counselling and the value of it for her in her life: Her site is a safe haven for people like your good self to begin letting go of the sexual abuse and the memories of an innocent childhood and your adolecence years ruined by your Father: He messed up his three beautiful daughters life: He had power, he had control, he used both to destroy your beautiful lifes: Faeree please don't Quit, don't give up on yourself: Always believe you can be a winner over His horendous devious sexual and emotional abuse on YOU: For now your sorting out your own life is the most important: In time hopefully your sisters too will get help: All that really matters now is YOU: Darlene has given you an empowering stepping stone to move forward on: Begin with counselling: Then begin to intergrate and mix with like-minded people and your true friends taking part in sporting and cultural activities thus beginning to have a healthy mind in a healthy body: You are highly gifted and intelligent in your own right: : No thanks to your father or indeed your mother: The effects of his abuse will stay with you only if you decide not to move on in your life He seems to have had total control of your lifes if he could and did all he did to you and your sisters: Your body now is your own to make beautiful: Don't be ashamed of it: Allow yourself your right to love and cherish it: Trust yourself first and then begin to trust it with others: Value and respect your self and your body and I know you won't ever let another abuse it sexually or physically: My life is in my hands NOW: Darlene with her huge womans heart has empatised with you Faeree: You'll truly love yourself if you make a start getting counselling: Undressing yourself is a pain especially when you begin to undress the hurt and pain from his absue from within: Don't be afraid, Once you begin to live your life to the full each day you will find the inner strength and belief to talk and to tell a counsellor: Their is safety in numbers, team sports are one great way to free the mind. Make beautiful all the parts he abused: Make nice your mind and your heart to understand yourself I will: I can: I must because I am WORTH it: Stay away from that Man who ruined your life: Your sisters are coping with what he did to them in their own way: It does'nt make sense but that is not your worry: You heal from all he did to YOU: That means special one Faeree you begin with counselling: Live well: Laugh alot: love much: I will, I will because I know it is the right way forward for me:

Jun 02, 2010
sad people
by: izabella

talk to your farther with a counsellor and record it, maybe you can still put him to jail, but i highly doubt it, although i never experienced this (luckily), i myself would send a letter to him and tell him how his BS affected your life.

From Darlene: Isabella, I've read a few of your comments to visitors here on this site. While I believe you are trying to be supportive in your comments, there are limits to what I permit. I ask that you please refrain from passing judgment on the person who wrote the story, and that you stop adding comments that either promote violence or suggest inappropriate actions. Such comments will be deleted, and could ultimately lead to being banned from making further comments. I thank you for your understanding.

From Victim to Victory, a memoir
Darlene Barriere
Webmaster: www.child-abuse-effects.com
author. speaker. survivor. coach
From Victim to Victory, a memoir

Jun 02, 2010
Thank You: Most re-assuring: Great Stewarding of your site:
by: Anonymous

I feel it is important for me to say thank you Darlene: Your words to Isabella are most re-assuring to me: I knew it was safe for me to write my story: I knew what I wrote from my heart so honestly was valued and respected by you: You sure give empowering comments and I value your words in each one and get a great uplift from them myself even though you are personally re-assuring each visitor it is safe to tell your story: Your Stewarding of your Site is ever so calming and I have full confidence each time I make a comment that you will ensure I don't upset in any way the beautiful and wonderful person brave enough to write and tell: I am sure Isabella will value your kind words to her and will understand that you care for each of your visitors personally and professionally: Thank You

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