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Sep 05, 2009
I'm so honoured...
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Thank YOU for your kind and encouraging words about my site and what I do.

What YOU do by taking the person whose story you just read into your heart, and then embracing and validating that person with dignity and respect is sending positive energy toward that person and into the world. This is one of the most powerful things anyone can do because those energies blend with other positive energy; and that's when miracles can happen. Miracles like you and so many of the visitors to my site; there is no question that I am blessed. Thank you for sharing with my visitors and me how you find the lighter side, but more importantly, how you connect in such a significant way.

A Video Reading by Darlene Barriere
Darlene Barriere
Webmaster: www.child-abuse-effects.com
Violence & Abuse Prevention Educator
Author: On My Own Terms, A Memoir


Sep 06, 2009
someone after my own heart
by: maurice

Thank You, for your empowering words to respect the other from an inner place. That I have witnessed from Darlene from her comment to me after I wrote for the first time my story. Distance never separate's hearts of gold for the misfortune's of another especially n the area of abuse. She certainly makes that very clear each time she writes her real heart feelings to each individual personally. I congratulate her in sensing and emphatising with each one ever so humanly and naturally. Her womanly insights into pain at the hands of an abuser as experienced by herself makes real each of her comments to you and me. I believe the fact she experience and the long term emotional effects of it for a good part of one's life until one seeks healing. She certainly emphasises that point to each of her visitors not just read her heartfelt words of encouragements but to seek the help that is ever so neccessary for each one of us. You are a blessing for pointing out that each one of us must RESPECT the other where they are at in their life after abuse. Darlene certainly is a blessing in herself being of such vision of the importance of setting up a site for each one who write their story when otherwise they would find to talk or tell anyone around them. You and darlene knows it ain't that easy to find that special friend who we can trust to relate our feeelings around having been abused. Darlene I add my acknowledgement to this wonderful caring writer in acknowledgeing your great consoling and comforting site for us all. Your an ANGEL of the Lord. You deserve to be loved and appreciated by us all. I have found your site ever so empowering in my own life. You are beautifully human and very much professional in all you write in your comments. You certainly respect and ask that respect from each of us when we write our comments. I have learned that to be the most important in sharing with people RESPECT must always be at the center of Loving and caring for them.

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