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bohica

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  1. That book has always been somewhat of a touchstone. It was the first part of a lifelong spritual journey. It has taken me from Christianity to Buddhism to Native American/earth sprituality. All these philosophies have helped to form the basis for how I live my life. I've learned forgiveness and compassion. I've learned what it means to treat others as I would like to be treated. I've learned how to think things into being. I'm watching that now in how the things in my life surrounding my abuse are coming together. I've learned how truly powerful we all are. Remember that your thoughts are o
  2. The book is "Illusions" by Richard Bach. I realized today that when I was first introduced to that book so many years ago, I had first started talking about the abuse. It's a book that contains all sorts of short little sayings just like that. It's a book about making your life what you want it to be. I highly recommend it to anyone. I used to give away copies all the time. Bohica
  3. Hi all... I am new here but not to the recovery process. My being here tells me that although my life was finally coming to some real order, I am back in that place (spiritually, emotionally and physically) I know we all hate to be in. I am about to start a new round of therapy to get to the deepest, darkest, nastiest things that were left over from all the other therapy. I can't blame the counselors from before; they didn't know as much about the effects as they do now. WE (and others like us) are the ones who give them their insight. I have been being re-victimized by the person who
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