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Re: Anyone ever read 'Suffer the Child?'*trigger* Happyflower 1 :-)

Posted by muffled on August 26, 2007, at 12:27:41

In reply to Anyone ever read 'Suffer the Child?' maybe trigger, posted by Happyflower 1 :-) on August 26, 2007, at 11:26:01

I think you are right HF.
I try to stay away from such stuff.
But despite myself, when I saw the link, I clicked it....fortunately there was no info, just a scarey pic. Mebbe links to such are not the best idea? No offense intended as you well know.
Early on in T I stayed far away from books and net research, cuz I wanted nothing 'planted' into my empty head.
I am still careful what I read, or try to be.
I worry terribly for myself about false memories, I don't want that. I want the truth about myself or nothing.
Its hard for me, not knowing such a chunk of my life, but sometimes I figger its for the best. There's possibly reasons, and so if my brain is trying to protect me, who am I to stop it? Let it be.
Try not to dive in too quickly to all this stuff HF. Take it easy, be safe.
Glad your doing OK.
M
PS FWIW, the experiences of any child are very subjective, and response to varying levels of trauma are diff. But IMHO, your uprbringing was horrific. Thats my opinion.
(((HF)))

 

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