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So after a rather horrible childhood I joined the British Army and my life started. While in a bit of a dark place I decided to revisit my childhood and wrote a book about the abuse. The main point I wanted to make was regardless of what abuse the abused does not have to become an abuser. You make choices in life and you have to take responsibility for your actions

Ian Stirling
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14 févr. 2021

Clive I can relate to a bad childhood myself, I did the same upped and joined the army. But so agree with your point of view, I wasn't sexually abused and I'm not saying you were but we have overcome. Be proud of yourself. ❤

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