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Jun 09, 2010
Lynn:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

All too often, in the hopes of defining someone else's behaviour, we tend to look at what is typical childhood antics and label it incorrectly. What you described between you and your sister WAS childhood behaviour; it does not fit into the category of child abuse, even though the effects of it can be severe. I'm very glad you and your sister are now close--it seems that childhood issues have fallen away; that shows me you're both being loving caring adults now. As for trying to remember more about what happened to you, I suggest some form of counselling, not just for recall, but in order to help you put things into perspective. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Jun 09, 2010
rlate
by: Anonymous

i can relate about90 or 95%

Jun 21, 2010
We take part in innocent fun games when we are children:
by: Maurice

I guess there is not a child born who at some time did not play onnocent sily games: Like doctors and nurses etc: It is a natural curiosity for children to see the difference or just id a sister or brother has a bigger or smaller one than oneself: I guess looking back has it positive effects on a few: Darlene in her comment to you LYNn 1has given you a constructive note on which to make progress in putting all that happened between you and your sister in perspective: You will I am certain, You wrote very honestly and articulated your feeling ever so intelligently to Darlene and her visitors: Well done, you have arrived on a safe haven site where you can share in truth your feelings: Darlene sure empatises with each visitor personally as you can see from her comment to you: Please act on her words of encouragement to you they will empower you: I am certain you have a frinds who you have told your intimate feeling to with her and your sister's help speak with a counsellor: You will see the benefit rather quicly and be amazed what you will learn from the counsellor: Lynn1 you are young and beautiful so have a healthy mind in a healthy body: In other words get off that bottom of yours and get out and about with your friends and like-minded people taking part in Team sports and cultural activities: You'll ope up a whole new world of thinking and being for yourself: The natural taking part with others will begin to put your feelings in perspective: You are gifted: You are tallented: You;ll see you are just one very special person in your own right: Then build up your self-esteem: Stand in front of the MIRROR and say all positive stuff to that beauty looking out at you: cuddle and hug love into your body and have a real good feeling for yourself: Allow your trusted and closest of friends hug and cuddle you too: Always believe in yourself: I WILL: I CAN; I MUST: SIMPLY BECAUSE I AM WORTH IT. Now off that bottom young enegetic one:

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