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Jun 20, 2009
Here, you'll be met exactly Where You Are in your life...
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Sandra, you have a gift for expressing your feelings. Regardless of whether or not you want to continue writing your story here, I hope you'll keep writing.

I can certainly understand why you would not want to keep coming to this site. Coming here is too painful. Coming here makes what you deal with real and raw. Coming here means facing more of what he did, what your family didn't do, and more of your own personal truth; personal truth that in time I hope you'll begin to question. Your feelings and emotions are too much to bear when you're here. But at the same time, you know in your Heart that you need others to listen and understand what you have lived through and what you continue to live through, others that do not include your family. Others that do not include the very people in your life you would expect to validate what happened to you at the hands of a child molester. Others that do not include the people in your life you would hope would support you now that you are dealing with the never-ending repercussions. You are wracked with guilt over what you perceive as your role in the family dysfunction and pain. But you had nothing to feel guilt over, Sandra. Not then; not now. Your family is full of their own pain; their own dynamics that contribute to that pain. You are not responsible for that, and you never will be. Question your thoughts on this, and you will see the truth of it.

Come here as often or as little as you need to, Sandra. Do what truly feels right for you. If you need a break, take it. If you need to write, then write. If you need to walk away entirely, walk away. Just do what you feel you must, but do it from your Heart. Do it out of Love for yourself. Here, you will always be accepted, exactly as you are. You will always be loved here. And I (and I know other visitors too) will meet you Where You Are in your life. And if that means not meeting you at all because you can't bear it, then that's what will happen. No one here will judge you. Ever.

Thank you for again 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


Jun 21, 2009
How welcoming is Darlene's Site.?
by: maurice

How beautifully genuine is Darlene, Lonely at Heart 9 you proved that by returning again and again and Her welcome was the same. Loving, Caring, Helpful as if it was your first visit. She emphatises truly with each of her many visitors. Is there for each one who feels the need to tell more of their story or just to get something off their chest again. In the telling there is great relief and therapy especially when one knows each one reading our story has LOVE for us in a real genuine way and it is a heart to heart Love from a distance. even that penetrates into each one of us because it is genuine and sincere with feelings. Thank you Lonely at Heart 9 letting go of your natural day to day feelings still today of your abuse. Please continue to let go of the memories of your painful and humiliating times with those cruel People who had little or know LOVE for you. I am certain you have a few in your life's journey whom you have shared and undressed your abuse with not neccessarily literally but from within. which is the greatest form of trust any of us can put in another to bare our inner self with all the crapness of feelings we have in there at times. Baring all to someone we call a true and genuine friend is the greatest cure after the abuse that happened to each one of us. With professional help Lonely Heart 9 with these special people you'll be able to live your life to its fullest each day you lift your head off the pillow. Go for what Darlene lovingly requests you, she is aware you have to do it for your own good. Begin to say I love Me. more and more each day. free yourself of the burdens of your abuse (NOT OF YOUR MAKING) by getting that help. I'M SPECIAL. Always believe in yourself.

May 10, 2011
stories
by: liz'beth

From Darlene - Webmaster: Liz'beth, the comments pages on this site are intended for the person who wrote the story. Visitors can leave comments to that person through the comments page. Since what you wrote is a story and not anything related to Lonely at Heart, I've moved it to my stories page. Please understand that with 50 or 60 stories in queue at any given time, it could take upwards of 3 weeks to go live on my site. Thank you for your understanding. When it goes live, you'll find your story at child abuse stories under the title Child Abuse Story From Lizbeth.

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


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