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Mar 24, 2011
Kellie:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Children learn from what they experience. Of course you would believe that love was sex. And given your experiences, you also likely believed—at the very least, on an unconscious level—that love was painful. LOVE never hurts. And just for the record, your brother-in-law did not have sex "with" you; he sexually abused you. There's a big difference. Please consider some form of counseling in order to help you deal with all the effects of the abuses you endured as a child. It sounds as though you've re-established your connection with your sister...I hope that she's a continued support for you during this very difficult time. Always remember, you did nothing wrong. None of what happened was your fault. Fault is always on the shoulder of the abusers because abusers choose to abuse. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

From Victim to Victory, a memoir
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Webmaster: www.child-abuse-effects.com
author. speaker. survivor. coach
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Mar 25, 2011
I am taking charge of my own life's destiny: I can: I will: I must because I am WORTH it:
by: maurice

Kellie: The message is loud an clear from my heart to yours: You will be the winner over both your abusers: You know now they abused you sexually: Hi Darlene: her comment to you will empower you: Will you read her comment a few times: understand her woman's heart in the words she has written: She wants what is the best for you NOW: you must want it for yourself: I'm certain you value, resepct and LOVE yourself enough now after enduring so much with the after effects of those sicko's abuse on you: I pray, your sister will stand by you: support and encourage you to LOVE YOURSELF: You are highly intelligent: you are knowing now that you were abused in your vunerability and innocence as a child: Darlene has clearly told you It was not your Fault: YOU are not to blame: I am not to blame: Always believe in YOURSELF: Be safe, stay safe: have real friends around you that care about you: cheirsh and love you for who you are NOW: slowly rebuild your self esteem: Look in that mirroe and say nice things about the lovely, beautiful, wonderful woman (me) looking out at you: Be gentle and kind on yourself: Learn from your own way of dealing with the effects it had on you: Not mistakes just the best way you felt: You know NOW in hindsight that it was not the right way: Hi some form of counselling will put you on the right road NOW your taking control of your future living of your life to the full: KELLIE: SAY I WILL: I CAN: I MUST: WHY does he want me to say that??? Oh because I am WORTH it:

Mar 28, 2011
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by: Ayase paul yukiya

From Darlene - Webmaster: Ayase, I have removed your comment as inappropriate. I ask that you refrain from passing judgment on the people who leave their stories here. The comments feature on this site is for the purpose of providing encouraging and supportive words. I work very hard to ensure this site is a safe place for people to share what they've endured and the effects of what they endured. If you can't be respectful of that and keep your comments supportive, then I suggest you do not comment. 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

Mar 29, 2011
All who a brave enough and the courage
by: maurice

Each visitor to this site including me get and know the receieve Darlene's sincere honest affirmation for having the courage to sit and write their personal painful experience of abuse: She values and respects each one individyally: Great to read her empowering comments to you Kellie but also to all her trusting visitors: Since day one when I found her site I have found it a safe place to let out my true heart feelings about my own story and in all the respectful comments I have left un my love, care, respect, concern for each teller or relator of the story: It takes courage to search for a safe place>>Site where one feels comfportable to write in honest detail what happened in abuse to them: Thank you again Darlene for your care and love in your professional stewarding of your most important site: It is time comsuming but you truly know the benefit it is and has been to each of your visitors: It has benefitted me: I am grateful to you: Kellie say I love me and continue your healing process because you are WORTH it: Darlene has given you stepping stones to walk on in your life to be happy and at peace with yourself:

Apr 02, 2011
think
by: Lucielle brent owens

Kellie i've read your story. Find a good path to go on. I know your brother did something horrible to you and you didn't know what he was doing, i feel sorry for you but, maybe try to get rid of the past behind you instead of working on corners, Okay?
You are a tough woman kellie and i would advise you: Don't do the thing your brother did to you in the past, leave the past behind and start a good life.
This is a truth being i am saying here. But as long you leave the past behind you'll turn out to be fine instead of doing anything bad. I left my past behind me, and it never slowed me down, it didn't slow ayase, and chiiletta down either. Try and think before you do anything kellie okay? Promise me that you will think after reading this comment.

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