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Oct 26, 2011
To Anon:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

There most definitely ARE good people, and wonderful men out there who do not abuse women. Sometimes, when we come from abuse, our ability to create boundaries and see the true nature of people is skewed as a result of a poor self-image. Sometimes, when girls do not have a good role model in their father's or no father at all, or worse, abusive father figures in their lives, they look for love in all the wrong places. When we come from abuse, we often believe the lies we've been told about ourselves. We sometimes make choices for ourselves that aren't the best in hopes of getting out of an abusive situation. But that puts us at risk for getting into another abusive situation. That doesn't make abuse and assault your fault. It's never ever the victim's fault. Fault is always on the shoulders of the abuser/offender, because the abuser/offender chooses to abuse. You're in a dangerous situation, and you don't believe you're worthy of anything better. But you ARE worthy of better. You're worthy of dignity, respect and love. Treat your Self in the way no one has, Anon. Treat your Self with dignity and respect and self-love. Take the next necessary step. Contact Women's Aid at 0808 2000 247. They have professionals available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week who can provide crisis information, escape planning, and referrals to victims of domestic violence. Visit their website by copying and pasting the following URL into your browser: http://www.womensaid.org.uk/

You don't deserve to be abused and assaulted. You deserve help for the fact that you have been and continue to be. In fact, the assaults will not only continue, they will increase in intensity and escalate, putting you in greater and greater danger. Call the number. Don't wait another day. Don't wait another moment. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Darlene Barriere
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From Victim to Victory, a memoir

Oct 26, 2011
The Horror
by: Anonymous

Anon, I can't believe that your dad would abandon you to the so-called care of that sick monster of a mother and allow her to beat and berate you 24/7...how dare he! If she didn't want to be there, she should've had the courage to give you up for adoption instead of abusing you. The path that she, along with your dad and even your so-called boyfriend chose is inexcusable. Oh, and she's wrong. You're not ugly; you are beautiful, so never believe any of those lies that she was spewing. Oh, and as for your abusive so-called boyfriend, GET AWAY FROM HIM ASAP because real men do not abuse women! That man is dangerous and needs to be put away because you did nothing wrong. You are not to blame; your mom and your "boyfriend" are to blame because they chose to abuse you. I really hope that you leave him and that you look into reporting him.

Oct 27, 2011
there are non-voilent people out here
by: Anonymous

Anon , I can relate to the way you feel about not wanting to be alone . Amazing and as hard to believe as it is there are lots of people out here that do not believe in violence . Leave him , before he gets to the next level of the abuse stage . Wishing you all the best and I do pray that you do find the courage to leave him . M. B

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