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Nov 05, 2010
Lauren:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Sometimes there comes a time when one must draw a line in the sand. I don't subscribe to the philosophy that parents have inalienable rights; rather, parents who refuse to stop crossing a line that should never be crossed must live with the consequences: no communication with their child, even if that child is now an adult. There may come a time when a relationship can be struck up again, but she would have to prove that she'd changed her abusive and manipulating ways. In the meantime, work on building your self-esteem, self-confidence, and on being a product member of society. Whether you recognize it or not, it's clear to me that you are a very strong young woman; and that will take you far in life. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Nov 10, 2010
Great you are Safe Now: Always believe in yourself
by: maurice

Lauren: You are a very inteeligent thinking young adult now: though still a beautiful teenager in your own right: Your Dad has been good for you, a real Dad wanting what is the best for you: Do source out counselling in your college and really build up your SELF WORTH and SELF ESTEEM: You'll be fine: Always believe in yourself: let your motto be I WILL: I CAN: I MUST: because I a WORTH it: Also have a healthy mind in a healthy body: you are gifted and tallented in your own right: get out and about with your friends and fellow class mates taking part in team sports and cultiural actifities: Oh yes Ms Lauren off that bottom of yours and become active and alive: I know from my expereince young people playing team sports grow up naturally and make real friends from their team mates: You are a leader in your own right so acknowledge that: Your motto Lauren: I will, etc. Darlene has given you a womans heart advice and affirming words: You'll take ownership of her loving caring words to you: Live well: Laugh alot: LOVE much: beginning with yourself being gentle and kind but firm in all you do and say about yourself: Look in the mirror see a positive thinking young woman: Like and love the wonderful me looking out at you: I will etc:

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