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May 08, 2013
To Name Undisclosed:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

I believe you, and I don't think you're paranoid, either. Your first and foremost job is to protect your daughter. It's unfathomable that anyone could ask the question your father asked—how could anyone do that to a 2-year-old—when there is SO MUCH information out there on that very topic. For goodness sake, infants are sexually abused, and so are 2-year-olds! It's offensive that your father would take the lord-and-master role and decide on the safety of your daughter by just talking to you and your partner. What you describe brings on multiple red flags. You have to trust your own intuition. You need to do what you need to do. If that means distancing yourself and your daughter from family members to keep her safe, then so be it. The fact that your partner would threaten you with violence, and in front of your daughter to boot, says he's dangerous for both you and your daughter to be around. And not just for the harm he might inflict on you. He's not taking your concerns seriously. It's not you who needs to see a doctor. As I already stated, do what you need to do to protect your little girl. I send you and your daughter love, light and healing energy. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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May 09, 2013
No One Believes Me
by: Mrs. R.

I have read your letter very carefully and have concluded to myself that you are an intelligent, observant, sensitive person who has all of her faculties.
I myself was abused in every way from as far back as a toddler.
I believe what you are saying, and I can only say that you need to get out of that situation and not allow your daughter near that man at all. Things will only get worse as your little girl gets older and develops.
As for the man you are living with, it does not sound like a healthy atmosphere for both you and your daughter.
I would suggest that you look for a woman's shelter, get some counseling from them, explain whats happening and get into safe housing for your self and your little girl.
I a wish you lots of luck and know you will do the right thing:))
Just Believe In Yourself!!!

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