hi,i am so sorry that happened to u,i too am a survivor and it happened to me three times in life and recently i feel yor pain ,its also good that he did not come to your wedding , ifeel it was god it problably would have sent a trigger and thats the best day of your life,i am glad you are happy and that u have another chance in life,i got a story to tell too more than one and also i plan to write a book,stay strong please i am here if you need to talk because i do and we could support each other.
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Thank you for sharing your story. There is no excuse for what happened to you. You did nothing to deserve that. Afterward, you did what you had to do to survive.
It's your decision to make, but I would recommend that no, you don't invite your father to your wedding. Don't let your hope for a happy relationship with Daddy get in the way of your healing or your happy day. It does not sound like he has shown you yet that he has changed enough for you to consider trusting him again. Money can't buy back your innocence. His gifts sound manipulative to me. I know you want the dream, but that's not what you got, hon. Make a happy life for yourself. You deserve that.
I wish you all the best in your upcoming marriage and in your journey of healing.
"She floated above her bed, and watched it all."
This line so resonates with me. That is exactly the feeling that I had, and no one seemed to understand. Thank you for sharing.
I am so sorry for your experiences... and for the loss of your mother. So glad you found your husband. Wishing you peace and love as you start your new life.
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What a gift that you have found a wonderful husband and partner to share your life with. Your words speak the stories of so many children who do not yet have a voice.
I'm thankful you found the courage to share your story.
Your story goes to show just how hard it is to tell - who to tell, how to say it, when to say it. And so often it goes unsaid.
I'm so glad that your "secret" has been told and has been heard. Now you can heal.
Continued healing to you.
Thank you for sharing this story. It takes a lot of courage to share such a personal and tragic event. You did what you needed to do to survive to this point in your life. I cannot encourage you enough to get counseling to help you continue recovering from this awful event. It will help you, help your marriage, and help your family if you and your husband take that next step. Blessings to you.
Thank you for sharing such a painful story.. im glad that you found a wonderful partner to share your life with.. God bless!
It was definitely for the best. He has stolen a lot of your life and he doesn't deserve any more of it. I'm very sorry, however, for the loss of both your parents. Even if one didn't fulfill the calling.
I'm so sorry that you felt you had to protect everyone. I hope that going forward, like your husband does, you can support yourself and cry enough and do all of the things that you deserve - even if it means being an orphan.
Thank you for sharing your story with us, Samantha. I'm sorry for what happened to you and I wish you and your husband all the best. I'm so glad that you have such a wonderful man in your life to love and support you!
you are very brave for speaking out. I am so glad that you've found someone understanding. and loving and supportive. Only you can decide what to do about your father. Whatever you decide, it has to be the right thing for you.
I'm so glad you've found a caring, understanding husband.
Thank you for sharing this. I know it couldn't have been easy to write.