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Aug 31, 2009
You started in the perfect spot...
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

You're on the right path, Nichola. Yes, counselling can be overwhelming. And yes, it can also be difficult to decide what to talk about each week you go into a session, especially when there is so much to discuss. But over time, you may discover the common threads in your life, which will make talking easier. If you go into each session with honesty and a willingness to work on yourself, the rest will come naturally. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Author: On My Own Terms, A Memoir

Aug 31, 2009
The brave, the wonderful, the beautiful
by: maurice

Nichola B. great you found Darlene's site, once i read a real life abuse story since writing my own I know each of her visitors are on the road to making a better sense of where they have come from and where they are going. A mother doing and let happen what was done to you at her encouragement leaves me speechless at a loss for words to discribe her. Take it from me Nichola B your mother does not deserve the name of MOTHER. Her life was (is) in a mess. You are one very strong woman have endured all you did. You are one very brave and courageous woman in being so articualte in your confused mind about detailing the horrificness that you endured at the hands of so many. Will you please begin to love that beautiful bod which is yours. be gentle with it. be kind to it yourself now. every chance you get soothe it back to it's oringinal beauty as it was the day you were birthed. No matter what the circumstances we are all born and birthed nakedly beautiful. That is the beauty we need to acknowledge. Through no fault of yours or mine sicko's abused our beautifulness. scarring it, marking it with almost indellible ink. But know in your counselling (which will be painful) you will learn how to LOVE yoursefl again. even after your abuse. Your life now is the most important, no one else's right now. I hope you have found or will find one maybe too other human beings who will love and respect for who you are now. A good friend is a golden nugget find one and your made for life. Nichola Darlene's loving words to you will empower you. she knows best and has expressed it for you in words. All her visitors love you, value you, respect you, you have a safe haven within Darlene's site. My heart goes out to you, it is ever so sad your mother did all the abuse on you. 90% of mothers make the effort to LOVE and Cherish their own flesh babies. A father doing abuse is not a man. But a Mother doing it is doubley not a woman of any standing in my eyes. Always believe in yoursefl. Nichola B.

Aug 31, 2009
Such sadistic cruelty
by: Anonymous

Nichola, a mother that is as sick and sadistic as your mom has been to you really shouldn't have any children in the first place if she is unable to love, nurture, nor protect them from harm of any kind. Your mother is extremely twisted and warped in her own ways of thinking because you should've been loved and cherished. Thank God for people like me, Darlene, Maurice and others (including your girlfriend) who truly care about you and want only the best for you. I'm delighted that you tried therapy/counselling; I hope you stay in therapy/counselling. As for your animalistic excuse of a mother, she should've gone to prison alongside her slimy boyfriends for those terrible crimes that they committed against you. Be brave, nichola, and stay strong.

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