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Re: How do you move on from an abusive childhood?

Posted by B2chica on June 22, 2006, at 9:12:46

In reply to Re: How do you move on from an abusive childhood? Daisym, posted by antigua on June 22, 2006, at 7:46:54

-"You have to be ready to let it go."
-sometimes you have to grieve for what you never had.
-But perhaps the truth there is that it never stops completely, it just becomes background noise.
-For me, moving on means that while it's with me everyday, I don't let it rule my life.

can you believe some of these responses...
it's probably some of the most sound, responsible, accurate advice i've ever heard. i think you should all get paid for your services. sometimes i swear i get better words from you all then several of my T's combined.

i want to say thank you to happyflower for asking the right question at the right time. i think i really needed to hear the responses others gave you right now.

i'm sorry you are still hurting HF. but i really like what the others have said. and i do agree. and mostly think that you have done an INCREDIBLE job in having your children and treating them the way you do. That alone is a miracle in itself. for you to have suffered so much terrible abuse and you strong enough to not carry that onto your own children. it's amazing. and to be honest, gives people like me who are afraid to have children, a glimmer of hope.

take care sweet happyflower.




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