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May 20, 2010
Jess:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

It's much more than just "moving on". This is still affecting you; you need help with it. Please talk to your parents. Tell them what happened and how it's affecting you. The adult who's helping you when you need someone is not getting you the help your parents can provide. Even though it happened 8 years ago, if you don't get some form of counselling, this will haunt you, possibly for the rest of your life. Not to mention that he is very likely still sexually assaulting little girls. Tell your parents, and then let them be there for you the way you need them to be there for you. 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 23, 2010
Go and get real help NOW: Tell on this Abuser:
by: maurice

Jess 1, don't be afraid, talk to your parents and if you fin that too much for you right now get that special friend of yours to go with you to tell a counsellor: Oh yes Jess 1, you need to tell on this sick individual of the male species: Preying on the innocence and vunerability of children and teenagers: Don't be fooled, he has no shame in the wrong he has done you especially if your parents are still aquainted with him: They don't know the truth about him, They will if you tell them: You'll see he'll get the message loud and clear from them: They Love you, value you, respect you, will listen and trust you. Fear is a big part of each of us when we were are abused as children: You have nothing to be afraid of Jess 1: Have courage, you are a big girl now, gifted/eduacated and more knowledgeable about what he did to you was wrong: He broke the trust your parents put in him: Not worth being called friend, he is deceptive and an abuser of children: Now Jess 1 Darlene wrote you a very sensitive, loving comment, read it a few times , sho it to your friend to make real sense of it to you: She knows best; Her advice is from her huge womans heart to you personally: She knows the efforts you went to tell your story on her site: Your new beginning out of total love, respect and value of yourself: I will Tell: I can: I will: I must, because I am WORTH it: At 16 you sure know enough to make sense of what these comments are encouraging you to do: We care about you: we love you: We want what is the best for you: There's safety in Numbers Jess 1. So get out there and take part in sporting and cultural activities; This will give you freedom and also more importantly so A HEALTHY MIND IN A HEALTHY BODY: You'll be fine: Live well, Laugh alot, Love much. I will, I will< good on you Jess 1

May 23, 2010
Helpline in NZ
by: Anonymous

I'm not sure if it's ok to add this but http://www.whatsup.co.nz/ 0800 942 87 87 is a helpline in New Zealand for kids and teenagers 5-18 years. I've called them before and it was really helpful to talk to someone trained who is outside the situation and will listen to you. I'm sorry this happened to you, trust me it will be far better to deal with it now and start to heal than to try and do it in five or ten years time when you can't keep it inside anymore and everything comes crashing down.

From Darlene: Thank you, Anonymous, for including the New Zealand Child Helpline. I'll update my hotlines section to include it.

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

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