Saturday, July 4, 2009

Telling...

Last night I told Jared.
I told him that I had begun again to have memories.
I was scared I was shaking I was crying.
But... I told.

He asked if I wanted to talk about them.
I said not now.
He held me.
He said we will get through this.
I know he is right.

5 comments:

  1. telling is scary but full kudos to you for starting and to jared thankyou for being a real man and supporting your amazing wife.

    and to your Q pryers to find a fairdinkum therapist, one that will stick it through and to find the jesus you talk about

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  2. this is beautiful. i know that feeling, and haven't talked either because it becomes too hard. it is so hard on my brian. he hurts because I hurt and I can not seem to tell him why. i just can't hear myself say it.

    then one day, my young boy decided he was going to rename his nick name to be BOB....UGGGGGG, that was my abusers name. I heard my little boy always calling himself that. It hurt really bad, I had to talk to him about that being a name I didn't want to hear him call himself.

    How do you explain, without explaining, and without making a child think that all people with that name are bad.

    WOW, that all came out so fast. Thank you for helping me to heal. I love you, my friend. I feel your support across miles...and I am thankful for this. I know this is a creation that God wanted us to use for good...and it is good.

    hugs.[[[and thanks for the time you are spending with me, and for the comments, they fill my inbox, and I know that someone is there with me. ...and cares. Thank you.]]]]

    mile 191

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  3. And I bless you for being so kind and supportive to my blogger-friend Mile 191.

    These writings we do here, weave twisted trails to complete God's mosaic

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  4. Hi Vicki,

    A therapist told me once sometimes the bravest thing to do is to allow yourself to be scared. You are very brave.

    Good and healing thoughts to you.

    Kate

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  5. Thank You Kate.
    And for lighting the way ahead.. I thank you again.

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