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Mar 08, 2010
PTSD Survivor:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

I'm delighted that you are in therapy and that you have a great relationship with that therapist. It's a grueling process, but one that is so worthwhile, as long as you trust the person leading you through your sessions. You most definitely are on the path of healing and recovery. You have much to be proud of. Thank you for sharing your story and your all-important message with my visitors and me.

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Darlene Barriere
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Mar 11, 2010
I WILL: I CAN: I MUST: I AM GOING TO BE THE WINNER
by: maurice

But I won't let him destroy me, PTSD Survivor that is one very empowering statement from YOU. It is a powerful staement for each one of Darlene's Visitors to take note of and follow your example. Your healing process is in good hands with that Therapist you have chosen to aid you in your recovery: Darlene in her comment has acknowledged your courage and your bravery to Stick with your therapist. She knows how tough it is to journey through the horrific abuse you endured at the hands of that beast of a man. PTSD Survivor behind your annoniminity is one beautiful, gentle, sensitive human being of the male or female species. Flesh and bones with huge feelings. You are rebuilding your Self worth, regaining your dignity, Begin to live your life now Thinking positive, acting positive, being positive in everything you do and say. You sure gave me great hope and belief in humanity being ever so brave. Now live your life with others having a healthy mind in a healthy body. get active and alive with them being part of sporting and cultural activities. I guess by now PTSD Survivor many of Darlene's visitors are getting used to me asking them to have a healthy mind in a healthy body. I know the value this can be as I have spent most of my life encourageing the young and not so young to take part with others in healthy pursuits. At 63 years of age I know by me taking part with others I became a believer in myself and my self worth. Team sports really helped me have a healthy body, to value it and to admire it. once you equal your beautifulness with anothers then you are normal and natural respecting God's creation in it all. By having a healthy mind you value and respect the other in a very real way because you have the same attitude to building wholesome relationships. One makes great and sincere friends (life long) being active and alive. Look at that beautiful me in the mirror. be gentle and kind to that me. be kind to that body that was brutally abused by that beast of a man. massage it, cuddle it, hug it in the privacy of your room. soothe it with nice oils and lotions for the purpose. You'll feel realy good each time. With your therapist I am certain you will be a winner PTSD Survivor.

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