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Oct 13, 2010
Scott:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

You need help dealing with all this. Your depression is serious, and needs to be taken seriously. Please consider some form of counseling. Your college should have counselors available to you. And please consider disclosing what this cousin did to you. It is highly likely that you are not her only victim. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Oct 14, 2010
ALWAYS BELIEVE IN YOURSELF:
by: maurice

Scott G: You have been brave: You have had the courage to search and to find a safe haven/site to begin your healing from the effects of abuse: The people who used you ever so innocently took advantage of you for their own sexual gratification: You are not to blame for what they did to you: Be clear in your head about that: They di you an injustice as a beautiful innocent loving child: You are right to question why Your Mom did not enquire why you always late on certain days: Un-interested in your well being: Darlene, Scott G has given you very strong encouraging words of love and concern for you to put into practise in your NOW life: Live the now time of your life to the full: Yes, hopefully Darlene is correct in her thinking that there are counselling facilities at your college: IF not, then Scott G you search and find a therapist/counsellor: You'll be doing yourself a big favour: Let your motto be: I WILL: i CAN: I MUST: WHY??? because I am WORTH it: why Scott G:?? because I am WORTH it: Change your daily routine, let go naturally, by getting out and about with your friends and fellow students taking part in team sports and cultural activities: This will give you a healthy mind in a healthy body: Your gifted: You have your tallents: You sure are intelligent: You wnat to live your life to the full after the abuse you were put through: Hi; say, it was not my fault: You'll be fine Scott G: I'll be the winner obver my cousin and that teacher: Free your mind of the negative stuff around what they did becaue it was not your fault: I will etc Scott G; Taking part in team sports will help you see you are equal to your team mates: Your gifted in your own right: Think positive: Act Positive: Be positive in all you do and say about yourself: If and when you take part with other's you'll think less about being depressed in yourself: Off that bottom of your Scott G: STOP dwelling on what is keeping you back from living your life to the full NOW: Scott G read Darlene's Comment: You'll be doing yourself good if you become pro-active put them into practise: Not for her or my good but for Scott G's good

Oct 14, 2010
it shouldn't be yours to bear
by: Tim

I'm sorry this has happened to you; my teen and college years took a similar trajectory. I'm sure you're much better off not being with someone who would make such a cruel, insensitive comment to you just because you are going through the understandable effects of abuse and violation. Your sexuality is normal and not necessarily a result of being abused.

I understand your feelings of wanting to go forward immediately, but it may not be possible to silently move on with your life without confronting or being open about what happened to you with other people. It shouldn't be your terrible secret to bear, but hers, and especially that of your kindergarten teacher, who likely abused many other little boys. They should be ashamed! You shouldn't have to live a lie by being around your cousin all the time without confronting her and the rest of your family about what happened. Setting your boundaries with this cousin, even if you don't feel comfortable talking about specifics, would help a great deal.

Oct 21, 2010
Thanks
by: Scott G

Thanks Darlene, Maurice, Tim for your words of wisdom. I currently told someone about everything and it has made me feel better. I'm currently thinking about going to therapy to get some more help. Thanks again.

Oct 30, 2010
Great and good news: A friend in need is a friend indeed
by: maurice

Scott G: I know you are a believr in yourself: I sure am too in you: Good on you, live well; laugh alot: love much: Celebrate You: I will: I can: I must: because I am WORTH it: I am ever so happy for you Scott G

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