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May 01, 2011
Lucy:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

You don't deserve to be mistreated. You deserve to be treated with dignity and respect and most of all, with love. Your parents are troubled and they're taking it out on you. If there is any hope of that changing, you must act by disclosing the abuse, Lucy. I urge you to contact Kids Helpline in Canada at 1-800-668-6868. They are staffed with professionally trained counsellors who will help you with your options. You can remain anonymous. Visit their website by copying & pasting the following URL into your browser: http://www.kidshelpphone.ca/en/home.asp

Just remember that what's happening to you is not your fault and that you deserve to be treated well no matter what. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Darlene Barriere
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May 01, 2011
The Horror
by: Anonymous

Lucy, your parents are wrong. You are not an idiot; you are not a b****; you are not dumb; you are smart, articulate and worthy of love, dignity and respect. Don't ever believe any of those lies that they were spewing. Oh, and I know what it's like when parents choose one child over another. Parents (especially mothers) who abuse their own children, let alone daughters, are, in fact, one of the real abusers. Oh, and nothing will ever be your fault; you are not to blame for their nearly sadistic behavior; they are to blame because abusers always choose to abuse. You were the child; they were the adults; they had all the power and they only misused it over you, so please tell someone you really trust and keep telling until he/she will finally listen to you and help you.

May 02, 2011
Listen closly
by: Anonymous

You should never be treated like this. Ever. If it's still going on please get help immediately. If you're afraid of your parents finding out, do it while they're out or at work. If you can't do that please tell a close adult or teacher, and I'm sure they will help you. Don't let it continue. Fight back(by telling someone and getting help) and stay strong!

May 02, 2011
Always believe in your self: Get help: You'll be fine
by: maurice

Lucy K: great you had the courage to find Darlene's site: Safe, confidential, loving, caring, affirming, truly a gifted Woman with a big heart for all abused children no matter what part of the world her visitors come from: I sure benefitted alot from conneccting with her site: Her comments here are so therapuetic for me as well as the person she writes one for: She has the gift of putting each of her visitors especially you in her heart with the message she gives in her comment: Lucy K she does give the best of loving advice and helpful ways of each one acting on it to begin their healing process from abuse: You have received that Loving advice from Darlene: She knows best: Your parents especially your mother as annonymous speaks her heart to yours too in saying that to beat, slap you about or be spanked or beaten with a belt: I am certain your brother ain't an Angel: but your parents are abusing you: You are a very intelligent girl: you know and want to be loved and cherished equally by your Parents: That may not happen if your mother said she would kill you before the police came: Hi, Lucy K don't be afraid, I am sure you have a friend your own age that you trust with your intimate stuff and feelings with her speak to a school teacher or counsellor: The marks noticed on your body, you can be sure are seen as greater than just you falling: Now from today have a healthy mind in a healthy body: Take part in the schools physical education program: take part in team sports with your friends and class mates: Don't let your bruises put you off, once you do it a few times your team mates won't take any notice and you will become confident in building up your SELF WORTH AND ESTEEM: Lucy K you are gifted: you are tallented: you are someone very special with leadership qualities: There is safety in numbers: You'll make real and great friends from among your team mates: you'll have loads of aquaintances to make you happy when you meet: Your parents might desist beating you, emotionally abusing you once they know you are determined to grow up having a reasonable natural childhood with your friends and team mates: You'll be fine: ALWAYS BELIEVE IN YOURSELF: I will: I can: I must because I am WORTH it: hug and cuddle love into your beautiful body: It was never my fault (ever) so Lucy K always believe that: Get help and you'll be fine:

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