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Blog Hopping Day ~ Dealing With Abusive Relationships — January 19, 2011

The Problem With Living One Day at a Time

Darlene Ouimet is a survivor.  She has survived all kinds of abuse and freely shares her trials and tribulations in her effort to overcome that abuse. Her blog is extremely compelling and very popular.  She touches base on many topics dealing with her abuse and how she’s learned to cope and become the survivor that she is today.

On her blog, Emerging From Broken Darlene shares many of her insights on how to overcome the negative consequences of any type of abuse.  She recently wrote an article which resonated with me. I think you will enjoy it too.


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  1. Thanks Dolores, for sharing my blog and this post with your readers. This was a nice surprise for me today!

    • Darlene…you are very welcome. I thought this post was well worth sharing and I was happy to have the opportunity to do so. I read all your articles and enjoy being part of your healing journey.

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  3. hope_rising said,

    Miss D!

    What a great post. I think I may interpret the quote a little differently… I agree with the writer … you can’t really own today until reconcile the past… but I think the spirit of the quote is that once reconciled … you have to live in today … you have to move on …. sometimes it does mean visiting the place where you broke and mend what you can …. learn what you can and then get on with the business of living .. I do think that is what Darlene is actually doing.her blog is beautiful … thanks for pointing it out …

    LLL from HTH !

    • Thanks Hope…I agree with you about having to reconcile with the past before we can really own today. If we don’t do that, I think it’s impossible to move on. History has a way of repeating itself unless we first acknowledge, then reconcile ourselves to our pasts in order to heal and move on. As always, I appreciate your comments. HTH from LLL

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