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Mar 07, 2012
Khaled:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

No matter what your father (or mother or others) physically or emotionally do to you, do not believe the lies that are implied. You are worthy of being treated with dignity and respect and love. Your father is deeply disturbed and highly misguided in the way he treats you. And though you are not in a position to be able to defend your Self, and you may not have any type of resources available to you where you live, what your father can never take away from you is your ability to choose how you will respond from the inside. Don't allow his hateful messages to convince you of anything negative. Don't allow what he did to you to turn you bitter. Don't allow what he continues to say to you turn you into the same kind of person he has become. Khaled, this isn't about YOU; it's about HIM. HE'S the one who full of anger and rage, and he's taking that anger and rage out on you. None of what he's doing is your fault. NONE OF IT! Always remember that. If there is someone you can talk to about what is happening in your environment, do so. Just always remember that you still have the power to your own Self beliefs, and those Self beliefs must start with self-love. Don't ever believe that you aren't worthy of that love. I send you love, light and healing energy. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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


Mar 08, 2012
FREEDOM
by: Rit M

Hi Khaled,
You did not deserve that at all.You seem to express yourself in very good way.That tell s me that you hve the ability to speak.Never lose that.Keep it up and find out who you are.There are scars but with councelling you will find that each scar has a story.When you get in touch with your feelings you begin to understand tht it wasn't your fault.The scars will always be there but the pain will be gone and you will begin to feel the way you should feel.That is called freedom.You can relate to so many people with your feelings and help them when you are recovered.You will find that you are worth it.There are therapysts that help people to deal with childhood issues and abuse.They have a heart to hear you.I encourge you to release all of the
anger in you and live a peaceful life.Be free!
RitaM

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