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May 10, 2010
X:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

It's not uncommon for a mother to target a child for abuse, much as society has had difficulty with this. "Targeting" is a phenomenon that is finally being acknowledged in the field. While there is never any excuse for singling out a child, the article I wrote a few years ago here on this site titled Why parents target a specific child for abuse may offer you some explanations. Just understand that your mother was sick and twisted in her way of thinking. When you understand that, you begin to understand it is the best reason to start telling yourself that she lied and was full of it when she left you believing you were worthless and at fault. This is on her, X; not you. I strongly suggest some form of counselling in order help you deal with the repercussions of being berated, belittled, and severely abused. Not only would it be a gift to you, it would be a gift to your daughter; the best gift you can give her is to take exceptional care of her mother. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Darlene Barriere
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May 10, 2010
Sorry
by: Anonymous

I don't know what to say except that I am really happy to see you submitted your story. I came from an abusive background and in some ways my story is similar to yours and some ways different but the hurt we share is the same. It is so deep that it is hard to deal with. I am glad you felt safe enough to share with all of us here. I am glad that I found this website. Stay strong!

May 11, 2010
Moving on from abuse is a gift to one-self
by: maurice

Great your life is good for you, your husband and child: Onwards and upwards thinking positive, acting positive, being positive and letting go is your good life medicine NOW: Leraning from the past: living for the present and hoping and wanting what is the best for you, your husband and child is what matters NOW: The goodness of Darlene Site: Letting out by telling your feeling after abuse is a new and right beginning for you at this stage of your life's journey: Speaking with a counsellor will mean you take dDarlene and her personal Comment to you seriously: She is a winner over abuse:Her heartfelt wish for each of her visitors is that they too become winners: From Victim to Victory just like her good self: She is the best: X you are one very special woman so acknowledge that and ypour own giftedness and tallents: have a healthy mind in a healthy body: I will>Ican>I must because I am worth it: Your Mother was sick: No excuses for picking on you and abusing you: Sadly all through my childhood years I witnessed similiar abuses in the families around me: Making the pet of one child over the others: Sadly that was not good for that chlld because the father or mother used and abused them: the child knew no better because all that mammy and daddy was doing was loving me but sexually or physically abusing them in their innocence and vunerability: Let your Mother Rest in Peace by letting go, and forgiving her for she knew no better: It not so much her abuse of you that you are trying to make a sense of of but the effects of what she did as your MOTHER: She can't hurt you any more: She will, if you hold on to the effects of what she did: Off to the counsellor with you and let it all out in trust and confidence and let go into a flowing river never to return: Get My Message: not for my good but YOURS

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