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Apr 04, 2010
Jane Doe:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

I commend and applaud you! Helping others is turning pain into power. As for your mother, what you're doing (and NOT doing) is taking a stand, and standing up to her now that you can. You've taken your power back. I have no doubt you will go far in your healing and recovery. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Apr 05, 2010
Be Brave, Be Strong, Be Persevering>
by: maurice

Jane Doe, you are one very good woman: Always believe in yourself: You are now in charge of your own destinity. You have a healthy attitude, an honesty about yourself that will set you free. I am the most important person NOW. My mother was wrong, is wrong who needs loads of help to deal with Problems. Great you have a womans heart for other's especially the shy and the stranger. Hi have a real friend or two that you really trust and confide your feelings to. This friend is the most important person in each of our lives. The Golden Nugget, the Precious Jewel. Jane Doe be gentle and kind on yourself, especially that beautiful and wonderful me looking out at you from the mirror. Have a Dentist care for your teeth. Massage your body with soothing creams and let go of the negative feelings about your body. Think positive, Act positive, Be positive in all you do and say about your self. I can, I will, I must because I am worth it. Don't balme yourself for the abuse that your mothers did on you. It was never your fault. She was wrong, very wrong, great you have distanced yourself from her. Don't feel guilty. Hi Jane Doe you hug and cuddle yourself to bits and slowly trust other's to give you that feel good feeling by allowing them to hug you. It will work wonders for you. At 63 years of age I love hugging and being hugged.I'm Special and I love ME. let that be your Mantra each day you arise from your bed. Have a healthy mind in a healthy body get out and away from the four walls of your house, walk tall walk straight walk the world right in the EYE. Your a winner, from victim to victory. Darlene's comment is worth soakung into you. OK... off your bottom and live well, laugh alot, love much beginning with yourself.

Apr 10, 2010
Sister Self
by: Anonymous

I think we have a lot in common. Just remember, what low, small minded person would hurt a child like the way you were hurt. Take the high road. Be better than that. Take strength from that. Grow from what you went through. Make a strong, peaceful and happy life away from them full of books, flowers, gardens, pets and yes, eventually friends - real friends. But choose your friends wisely and carefully. People like us do not have good boudaries and we can attract people, who may be OK, but they will use us and buise us. Don't be afraid to judge the people in your life and select them with care. Good luck and god bless.

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