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Richard
Richard

You are brave. You are a survivor. Keep working on your recovery. Thank you for sharing your story.

Emily R
Emily R

Oh, good lord, you have suffered enough for three lifetimes. May you have joy ahead.

Brenda
Brenda

Thank you for sharing. Each story I read helps me on my path to wholeness. I wish for you the peace, acceptance and love I have found in sharing my story and reading others. You are not your past. You are not to blame for what has happened to you. I wish all the things you secretly hope for, the dreams you keep quiet come true. Most of all, I wish for Peace in your heart. You have been added to my prayers. With love and best wishes!

My Inner Chick
My Inner Chick

---Your MONSTROUS ABUSERS did not define you.
Your past does not bound you.
You Survived! You. Still. Are. Surviving.
Keep Screaming your story.
We hear you.
We HEAR YOU.

Love. Peace. God's Hope.

Warmly, Kim

jen
jen

The first thing that crossed my mind as I read this was how incredibly brave you were as a child to run to the neighbors, and later, when you left your abusive "husband". Thank you for sharing your story.

karen
karen

Wow, I hope your life continues on its upward spiral. You deserve good things.

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a girl in the world

Thank you so much for being so honest and for sharing your story. You're really brave --- and your courage is inspiring.

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Jennifer
Jennifer

You are brave for putting this out there. I wish you peace and continued healing.

Pippi
Pippi

You are so brave for sharing this story. And never say never. You may yet have a future relationship with your children. Not the ideal one perhaps, but some relationship.
And if not, you'll know that you did what you had to for them in the end.
Those abusers with connections suck. I hope there's a special little bit of hell than only they experience to make up for not getting punished here. After all, I believe this life is really just a small sliver of our overall journey.
Thankyou for writing this.

Isabelle
Isabelle

Thanks for having the strength to share, these types of stories give us all courage to overcome our obstacles. I'm almost in tears reading this, it is so sad. I'm glad, though, that you were able to get out of a horrible situation an eventually find some peace with your current husband. I hope you continue to find strength and happiness.

Judes
Judes

no words, just thank you for sharing

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I have no words. Thank you for sharing this.

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Sunny

Thank you for sharing your story.

Angela
Angela

Truly it is a miracle you have not only survived, but are thriving in a good relationship. Being bipolar is an additional struggle, I know as my mother is also bipolar, but you are strong and can manage it. You've overcome so much! Thank you for sharing your story here.

Rknap14
Rknap14

As I read your post, I was overwhelmed by two feelings -- awe and heartache. You are very, very brave for sharing your past. I don't know that I could ever be so brave. And my heart aches that anyone, let alone a child, should have to suffer the things that you did.
I'm glad you met your husband. (I don't think the ex even deserves the title of husband).
I wish you well.

MommaKiss
MommaKiss

Thank you for sharing your story, for not ignoring it. You are helping others with your words.

Jan
Jan

What a harrowing tale. My heart goes out to you. You deserve every bit of happiness you've found, and more. I wish you continued strength and healing. Blessings upon you, and your children, and your husband, who sounds like a real find.

I'm so saddened that *any*one has to experience such pain at the hands of others. Thank you for sharing your story with us -- I believe that just that simple, brave act can help change things.

SheilaW
SheilaW

We stand with you. Thank you for sharing your story.

Danielle
Danielle

I am beyond words. My heart yearns to hold you. My inner child wants to curl up with you and cry.
The things you have endured are beyond my imagining, but I am ecstatic you can find a voice to tell these horrors from a place of strength and safety.

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