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Jun 25, 2009
You were a child...it wasn't your fault...you cannot hold yourself responsible...EVER
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Nicole, I refer you to the comments I gave to Victoria at Fault lies with your stepdad; they apply to you every bit as they applied to her. Just substitute "your father" for Victoria's "stepdad". In fact, if you take the time to read through the stories on this site, you'll find MANY of them are much like yours. Sad and tragic as it is, you most definitely are not alone.

I wish you and your little sister all the best, Nicole. And I thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Jun 27, 2009
in all situations of abuse It is never MY Fault
by: maurice

Nicole please continue your loving and healing of your beautiful self and looking out for your equally beautiful sister. Self esteem isn't something you may think about a lot, but it is vitally important to both your physical and mental well being.Your Father was a very sicko person. You certainly did not deserve to have to satisfy his sexual needs or re-charging as you honestly tell us in your story. Your story is real to you but be certain YOU are not ALONE in it. When our tenderness as a child is abused we need to take time healing and making a sense of it. Nicole as Darlene rightly tells you please read her comments to Victoria. Telling yourself as you read it the Fault lies with my Father as it did her step-father. All abuse is painful but a father doing to his child is far greater than that of a step-father as he is abusing his own flesh and blood. Nicole please choose a day in the week where you give yourself real space time for you. Not to criticise yourself. then build it up to a week each day gaining confidence within yourself replacing the negative messages with positive ones. Do it for you and your sister.

Jul 06, 2009
Keep Your Faith!
by: Linda

Nicole.....I lived a similar life of sexual abuse as you have. What happened to you wasn't your fault. It was your father's. In the Bible it says a father isn't suppose to see his daughter's nakedness or he shall be put to death. Read the chapters in Leviticus on morality. Your father keeps raping little children, God is going to take him out of this world in a bad way. Men like him are sick in the head and the devil leads him. I hope you can find healing from this awful abuse and have a happy life. Staying true to my faith in God has helped me deal with my molestation and I am better for it. My incestuast abuser died a horrible death of cancer and God forgive me I hope he burns in hell.......Praying for you and your healing.

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