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  1. Oh, Karen. I’m thinking about childhood abuse today. I’m wondering how these children can accept their trauma as part of life’s learning process. I send them my sympathy and hope they can remain open to the good things that will come their way.

  2. I do believe that your past experiences make up who you are today. The love and understanding that you learn is all part of the master plan which God intended for us. I learned to tear down the walls as they are confining.
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  3. I fully believe your past experiences prepare you for what is to come. The fact that I had a father who survived a traumatic brain injury in his early 30’s helped to prepare me for being an advocate for some one else with a disability – and now, for my brother in law, who is developmentally disabled. What I learned in one experience seemed to lead to an opportunity to exercise that learning – time and again.
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