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Oct 11, 2010
Taylor:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

There is a BIG difference between children who molest and what is considered normal childhood exploration. Please read through my page on this site at: Child Sex Offenders, in particular, the area titled The difference between normal sexual exploration between children and child sex offenders. Try not to attach more to what happened than what actually happened; otherwise, you'll be forever haunted by it. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Oct 12, 2010
What loving helpful words from the heart to you
by: maurice

Ah taylor great you found Darlene's site: She sure has given your thought provoking words to work with: From a womans heart to yours: While the majority of childhood exploration is just that, norhing more: Sadly in latter years for a growing percent they live in fear and doubt about their own sexuality because of what innocent exploration turned out for them: Yes, I read and know from my own experience of journeying with families for the past 4o years that the innocence of years gone by has now turned into abuse by children and youngerteens: All seem to be more sexually active with each other so the innocent exploration is no longer innocent: Darlene's has given you re-assuring words: Read what she encouraged you: Learn from it and move on with your life: A chat with your school or college counsellor will put you more at ease about it all: Value and respect you and your brother are close especially his apologising to you: So both of you must have shared on all that happened between you as innocent children: What a pity Parents don't share with their children the facts of life and their children sexuality with them: It is such a pity: I believe many parents fail there beautiful children by not doing so: You'll be fine Taylor: Always believe in yourself: be gentle and kind with yourself: Say now and again: I LOVE me: I'm Special: I am worth celebrating: Now is a good age to begin having a healthy mind in a healthy body: Oh yes Taylor: get out there with your own age and gender taking part in team sports, sharing your gifts and tallents iwth each other: You'll make natural and real friends very quickly who will stand by you for life: Build up your self esteem: Thnik positive: Act positive: Be positive in all you do and say about yourself and your beautiful anatomy: Let your motto be I WILL: I CAN@ I MUST: because I am WORTH it: No excuses or that would be neagtive thinging: Darlene's site is your new beginning: she has given your sound advice on moving on: You are highly intelligent so you'll make real sense of her woman's heart feelings to yours: live in the now time of your life to the full: learning and letting go after you get counselling and help to put whatb happened you as a child in perspective:

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