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Jan 29, 2011
Montana:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Try not to minimize the abuse you endured. And for goodness sake, stop calling yourself "stupid". You can't apply adult more mature values to what you did and didn't do as a child. When you matured you understood more. So stop blaming yourself. It wasn't your fault. As for the counselors making you angry...I learned a long time ago that anger was a way to cover up what was really wrong. You may well have decided to stop counseling just before you make a major breakthrough. I do hope you'll consider trying it again, only this time, with the intent of opening up about everything. Because it is in opening up about it all and the emotions attached to it all will it begin to let you go. It will never let you go as long as you bury it. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Darlene Barriere
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