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May 21, 2010
Schnapps:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

I understand the anger and hostility you feel. You've earned it. What I will suggest to you is some form of counselling in order to help you deal with all this anger and hostility, because if you don't, it will consume you and take away any and all possibility of joy in your life. And you've earned joy in your life. Forgiveness is not something that you gift to the abuser; it isn't something that must be said to anyone; it isn't saying that what your abuser did to you was okay (it WASN'T okay and it will never be okay). Forgiveness is a gift to yourself. It's something you acknowledge deep inside you so that you don't continue to suffer, so you don't have to keep dealing with the repercussions. Meet yourself where you are, and get the help you need. The rest will fall into place. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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May 22, 2010
Your Abuser needs to forgive himself:
by: maurice

God and forgiveness go together Schnpps: You have been given a loving re-assuring comment from Darlene: Heed her words: Take ownership of them just for YOU: And YOU alone: heal yourself by accepting that you were not to blame when your sacredness (Virginity) was cruelly taken from you by that selfish beast of the male species: Forgiveness is mighty but is meaningless if the person has not forgiven himself for abusing such a beautiful, innocent vunerable little girl: It must acknowledge he did you an injustice, wrong, by taking advantage of you: Your Mother too is part of the wrong he did to you: She is not totally dumb or ignorant: She is no idiot, if she truly cared for you and loved and cherished you as her beautiful child seeing that beast in your bed must have put her wondering the truth of what he did to you: Darlene's big womans heart is so empatising with your heart that when you put into action her loving encourageing words you will put all that happened you in perspective for yourself: The most important person in all that happened is YOU Schnapps: You start living your life to the full, be active be alive, have a healthy mind in a healthy body: Begin to love again especially the me in the MIRROR: Love and respect yourself and your body, make it beautiful just for you: I will: I can: I must because I am WORTH it. Ok, snap to it, off your booty and put into action Darlene's womanly and professional advice to you: She wants as I do what is the very best for you in your life: Think positive, Act positive, Be positive: Always believe in yourself: ''Right''

May 25, 2010
Schnapps.
by: Anonymous

No one has ruined your life, it's a mental trap you have embraced from the culture. He did what he did and you are not really involved in his immorality.
He hasn't made you unclean or destroyed anything unless you let him.
Also be careful when mentioning God, if you don't forgive then neither will you be forgiven. Take pity on the pathetic man.

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