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Jul 03, 2010
Uriah:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

First of all, none of what happened was your fault. Second of all, the fact that this happened to you gives you power over the care of your children. You can recognize the signs if they arise. Not to mention you know they need your attention and so you will give it to them and they in turn won't be vulnerable the way you were. Your children are NOT doomed to face what you faced because YOU are part of their lives. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Jul 13, 2010
You do what you feel is right.
by: Dan1

First off I'm truly sorry for what happend to you as a kid. I guess i feel your pain too. Only I don't have kids yet so it could be a little different. You are right to feel suspicious about every 1 that comes around your kid. I know you want to protect your kid no matter what,but to try to give him space. Bond with him and talk to him so that way he will feel that trust and comfortness so he can go to you if anything happens (god forbid tho). The reason why I feel that that's important is because when I was abused, I had no 1 to go to, not even my parents. They never talked to me in that way where I trusted them in telling them what had happend to me or to just learn about sex. I still haven't told them and I prabably never will. I'm 21 now and that happend when I was 13 or 14. Your mom should of been more cautious of who was watching you. Not even a bit was it your fault. You were 7. All kids around that age are curious and interested in different things, sexual things being one of them. He knew how vulnerable you were and how easily you can be (for lack of a better word) "brainwash". Not until you were older did you realize what really happend. I'm sure you have a strong kid. And I know you'll choose whats right for him when it comes to protecting him from harm. Just as long as you're not too overprotective like Marlin from "Finding Nemo", your son will be fine. Your already the best dad in the world.

Wishing you the Best,
Dan1

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