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Jun 07, 2011
Me:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Being active in preventing child sexual abuse may well be cathartic for you, especially if you work with victims and survivors. As you help individuals who have endured sexual abuse, you will in essence also be helping your Self. So keep up the great work! But I also recommend some form of counselling in order to help you deal with the repercussions of enduring sexual abuse and the betrayals in your life, as well as the perfectionism that you've embraced. Take it from a recovering perfectionist, we can never be perfect, and trying to be is crazy-making. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Jun 09, 2011
Always believe in yourself: You'll be the winner over your abuser
by: maurice

You sure are well on the way to new beginnings Don't Quit: Don't give up on yourself: Mr nice guy is out there for you when the right time comes you'll find him: Darlene has sure given you real hope: Real loving words from her heart: Read her comment you'll make real sense of it for yourself as you are very intelligent: Great you concern yourself about safeguarding children from abuse: It will truly be cathartic for you now that I know the full meaning of the word which Darlene uses from time to time so this morning I checked out it's meaning so she uses approprately for you: Be brave: Be strong: persevere at living a full life: surround yourself with real and true friends who value and respect you for the great, wonderful and beautiful person/woman you are today: How right you are when you state if those who abuse or abused children only knew and could fathom the effects it has on them for a long part of their lives: Hi you'll be a winner: start today seeking all that is helpful for good: One sure natural way is to always try to have a healthy mind in a healthy body: Oh Yes ME: I sure believe this is how you will make real and natural friends for life as well as many aquaintances who will make ou smile each time you cross path's: So change your daily/weekly/monthly schedules and begin to take part inteam sports or sporting and cultural activities with like-minde people: You'll kniow the benefit of it no time; Beauty works from within out so you have to think positive: be positive and act positive in all you do and say about yourself and your body: Look in the mirror and hug and cuddle love into yourself era go on there's know one looking: Take Darlene's comment to your heart:

Jun 16, 2011
heya
by: Anonymous

i would personally ask her about it, but im sure she will say it was nothing- maybe if you tell her that you have issues with trust and believe its because of what she did to you etc then she may not brush it off and realise the seriousness of it. talking to your counsellor about bringing it up may give you a better perception but i feel it may help towards recovering and moving forwards, best wishes xx

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