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Dec 27, 2009
KJA:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

It's one thing to logically know that you are no longer in danger. It's another to emotionally realize it. Therapy helped me to understand the difference. Hopefully, therapy can help you make that breakthrough, KJA. Thank you for sharing more of 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

Dec 27, 2009
Be brave, stay strong persevere with your Therapist
by: maurice

Don't Quit, you'll be the winner over abuse KJA you are ever so right it is easy to put on paper your abuse experience at the hands of your abuser and molester. It is great you accept it was not your fault. good on you. Darlene knows well the benefit of her site to you and her many visitors. It has been the stepping stone for each one of us to acknowledge we were abused. She has given great encourageing words to each one of her visitors personalising it so that each one can take action and get apprpriate help from counsellors or therapist in oder to make their healing meaningful and real. So KJA her words to you are empowering words. Always believe in yourself she knows as is very much aware how painful it is to tell the intimate effects of how your abuser hurt you emptionally, esxually, physically and admitting it was not your fault. Your beautiful innocence was evaded by such a sicko adult to do what he did to you. You build up your self worth, self esteem thinking positive thoughts and saying postive stuff about yourself. Look in the mirror, and it ain't silly what I am asking you to do. I am beautiful, I am highly inteeligent, I have a wonderful body to be gentle and kind to erasing the scars of my abuser. Love and respect your whole self body and mind. Get involved with your own age group in sporting and cultural activities. Be active be alive, have a healthy mind in a healthy body. I can, I will, I must because I am worth it. So KJA no excuses get started today with a little help from your most trusted of friends. I hope and pray you get one or two people in your life who will love and respect you for who you really are NOW. Call them friends they sure are the golden nugget each one of us needs to have in our lives. These are outside the normal/natural boy/girl frinds. Your life is in your hands now. with Darlene's words of encouragement I've no doubt you'll do well in your life. live well, laugh alot love much as you begin another NEW YEAR of your life.

Dec 27, 2009
INFORMATION
by: Anonymous

KJA...After reading the latest post you put on here, I would say keep going to therapy but at some point you have to get on with life. I am telling you this from experience, life will go on without you if you allow your abuser to keep having control of it.

Darlene.... I am disappointed that there is not more information on behavior patterns evident in children suffering abuse at a pre school age. Your information on here is helpful but not for that age group. I know someone whom I suspect may be abusing a very young child but I cannot completely prove it. Do you have a section I missed that talks about it in pre school aged children? I need age specific information.

From Darlene: I'm sorry you're so disappointed Anonymous, especially given that the information given on this site is free and freely given. The information you seek is scattered throughout the pages on this website, but I have not organized it in an age specific manner, nor do I intend to. Perhaps a trip to the bookstore will yield you more satisfactory results.

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

Jan 09, 2010
Thank you Readers
by: KJA

Ty readers, and thank you Maurice, i like how your very honest with me and give me a kick in the pants just when i need it, you tell me what i need to hear, and your helping kind words are just like a mom or dad telling me these things, you and Darlene really help me I'm very thankful to be on this site and to have a outlet for emotions. Thank you all for your support and kind words.

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