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Sep 10, 2010
Nelly:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

If you are waiting for him, he'll kill you. You're not in love with him; you're in love with the idea of who you think he is. But he is not that person. He's an abuser and he's manipulated you. He WILL NOT change. He doesn't love you; he's in love with the idea of completely and utterly controlling you, and with harming you. Abusers play the game. HE'S playing a game. You are wrapped up in the cycle of violence; and that cycle will not end until you stay away from him forever. Please contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233). They have advocates available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week who can provide crisis intervention, escape planning, information and referrals to victims or anyone calling on their behalf. You can visit their website by copying & pasting the following URL into your browser: http://www.ndvh.org/

Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

Darlene Barriere: author. speaker. survivor. coach.
Darlene Barriere
Webmaster: www.child-abuse-effects.com
author. speaker. survivor. coach
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Sep 10, 2010
Don't be fooled by him: Don't fool yourself: You are not in love:
by: maurice

I leave my friends both male and female all because he tell me to: Molly I can read between the lines you are a highly intelligent Teenager, Young thinking woman with cop on: You sit back and just work out why you did what you did: You'll work it out intelligently: Then you will make a real sense of Darlene's comment to you: You take notice of her woman's heart feelings and professional advice: She knows you are not nieve: She knows you value your frioends maler/Female more than this control freak of a fool guy: Stop the relationship now otherwise don't come back and tell Darlene and her visitors the tragedy of how the relationship ended years from NOW; Be safe: Stay safe: get back with you friends: Listen to them NOW: They know this guy is not worth paining yourself about: Wil he or won't he come back: Show him you have a mind of your own: Tell him to get lost: If he lays a hand on you then that will tell the clown control freak he is You owe it to yourself: Now start getting a healthy mind in a healthy body: There is safety in numbers: Take part with your class mates and peer group in sporting and cultural activities: Let you friends frighten him off with you: He;s not a friend Molly: You have been warned: I am sure you telling Darlene and her visitors your story was a cry for help: You have been given it in Darlene's comment to YOU; If he does not leave you alone threaten him with the Law: I want what is the best for you MOLLY: I hope you want what is best for you

Sep 11, 2010
Women are not as insecure as men make us think we are.
by: Beth

The one thing that I have learned from my 30 years of dating and from one failed marriage,is that I am not as insecure as most men want me to be or make me feel. Once I realized that, I swore that I would never 'settle' for anything or anyone less that what I truly deserved. Women deserve to be loved and treated with respect. You should realize that when you wake up every morning and think to yourself that things might 'be better today', they won't. Just look in the mirror and repeat to yourself 'I deserve better' and how dare he make me think that I don't!

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