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Jun 11, 2010
Nikki:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Your parents are supposed to be there for you, so TELL them; otherwise this will continue to eat you up. You need help; and that can only happen if you're honest you're your family about what you need and why you need it. Report what he did to you, because he is very likely sexually assaulting other little girls the way he sexually assaulted you. Consider contacting one of the hotlines listed on my stories page, depending on where you live, in order to talk to someone confidentially. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Jun 11, 2010
You poor thing!
by: Daphne

I cried while reading your story. How could a grown man do that to a little girl? You did nothing wrong; you were helpless; you were violently abused sexually; you were humiliated.

If you are having nightmares and your head is spinning from thinking about it, it's your subconscious mind trying to stop you from feeling so much pain. You have to face it and talk about it. You need to talk to a therapist about it. Call the hotlines that Darlene gave you. Talk to someone until you are blue in the face talking about it. You need to understand that you are beautiful even though that monster took away all of your innocence and happiness. You need to see how beautiful you are and if another man your age takes interest in you, you are worthy of love and happiness and sex doesn't have to be a scary thing for you.

Please tell your parents. You can't do this on your own. It's too much; it's too overwhelming for you to deal with on your own.

You were a child. You couldn't stop what happened. You should NOT be ashamed of yourself. HE abused YOU...HE hurt YOU...HE violated YOU.

Turn to your parents for support.

Jul 10, 2010
thank you...
by: Nikki

hi. my name's nikki. thank you so much for the advice. it help me a lot. i opened this site a couple of times. trying to decide if i should tell or not and i finally got the courage to do so.2 weeks ago i told my parents about it (took so much time).my mom was the one who cried a lot. it was such a big shock to them. i was a bit suprised to my mother's reaction. you see, my mother is a kind of mother who never forgives any one to embarrass our family name(that includes me). at first she refused to tell my grandparents or the parents of that monster about what happened... but my father got so angry and nearly hit her.

they wanted to talk alone so i had to go to my room. i thought i nearly die waiting for them. i was so scared. i even had a thought that i wish i didn't tell them. after a while both of them came to my room. i cried so much telling them i'm so sorry. and then my mother hugged me and she apologised to me so many times. it was the first i saw my dad cried so much as well...

the three of us agreed to go back to my country and talk to my grandparents and to my uncle (father of the monster) next month about what happened. i'm not sure what they(my parents) decided to do to the monster. but my father looked so much like he wanted to kill some one. the truth is, i'm really scared of what's gonna happen next... really realy really scared... but for now, my parents finally realised how much the abused affected me... so i've been going to a theraphy for a week now with my mother. as i said before, both my parents are busy (because of their jobs) so it was the first time for me that i got to spend so much time with them. they also found out about my nightmares. so my mom sleeps with me at night and sometimes my dad too.

telling my parents gave me the courage to tell my bestfriend about it too... my bestfriend has always been there for me for as long as i can remember... we tell each others secrets and he never hide anything from me... it used to kill me so much how i can't tell him( he's bi-sexual) about this... and i thought he would get very angry at me if i only tell him now. but he didn't. he cried when i cried too. he hugged me so much saying that he's sorry and that he should've known when i acted strange and somehow changed after the abuse. he keeps telling himself that he's stupid for not asking or not knowing. i had to tell him that it wasn't his fault before he could calm down. he was so suportive of me. so everytime my mom can't go to the theraphy with me, he's the one who substitute her.i'm really glad for litening to your advices... even though i'm still so scared of whats going to happen next (it kills me really), i'm still happy that i told them about it. my nightmares rarely comes now. and its been so long i slept in my bed with out drinking sleeping pills...thank you so much.
Nikki

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