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Jan 31, 2010
Khalilah:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

You said you are still struggling, and that writing your story was hard. I strongly recommend some form of counselling in order to help you with that struggle, both from having been molested, and from having been betrayed by your mother; a mother who abandoned you by leaving you once and then not protecting you when you were enduring sexual abuse by a man she chose over you. You deserve that kind of help, Khalilah. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Jan 31, 2010
Always believe in YOURSELF. Because YOU are worth it.
by: maurice

Real Love words are oozing out of Darlene Heart for you Khalilah. read the slowly over and over again. you have been a big girl, brave and courageous to write your story on Darlene's site. She smiling, she's happy that you did. her loving encourageing words back to you in her comment are to benefit you. BUT you mus act on them. Please look for a counselllor, talk and share your story of abuse in total trust and confidence. I know you have a school friend or two maybe outside your boy friends whom you trust and who will stand by you. Trust them, ask them to help you find a counsellor and be with you. Always believe in yourself Khalilah. Begin if you don't already have. Having a healthy mind in a healthy body. become active and alive with your friends and peers in sporting and cultural activities. You'll find you every day attitude to yoursefl and your life will change for the bettter. You will be mixing and intergrating with people your own age and learning from each other while living life naturally each morning you jump out of bed. Live well, Laugh alot, Love much, I can, I will, I must because I am WORTH it. There's greatness and goodness in you. share it with others. Stand in front of a MIRROR and say, I'M SPECIAL, I LOVE THAT WONDERFUL AND BEAUTIFUL ME IN THE MIRROR. HUG LOVE INTO YOURSEFL AND THEN SHARE IT WITH YOUR FRIENDS. Love and respect your body, be gentle and kind to it especially those parts that Sick Man used and abused for his own gratification. You'll be fine. Darlene's words in her comment. remember they are for your benefit.

Feb 01, 2010
Winners after al
by: Peter Schmedding

"im not a prisoner any longer... stay strong and keep pushing, be your stronger then you realise and there is recovery. It might take a few years..."
Khalilah, those are your words. I copied them here because I see them as examples of survival and victory for yourself and many others. What happened in the past cannot be undone. It is a fact there are many sick people in the world, people who don't hesitate to abuse children for their own pleasure. They will continue to mistreat those who, above all, need our guidance and our protection. It is up to us to not let the abusers be the winners, but - as you said - by remaining strong and recovering, with the help Darlene suggested, you will be working toward a happy life that leaves you the winner after all.

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