2.2 – Junior

11 thoughts on “2.2 – Junior”

  1. Baby I’m so sorry this happened to you. You have such a beautiful soul. I’m so glad you shared this. I too experienced a similar situation at around the age of 4. You have grown into a loving caring beautiful young women. Try your best to not let this Tiger define you. You hold the power always remember that. Love you darling ❤️


    1. Thank you so much for taking the time to respond. You reading these letters to my mom is truly a connection that I am so grateful for. Tiger certainly no longer defines me, and that is a new found strength. I love you too! ❤️❤️


  2. Kelli, I wept as I read this. So much hurt for one precious life. Thanks for sharing your heart.


    1. I appreciate your concern. I have grown from the hurt, and the struggle only proves its worth when I can reflect.

      Again, thank you for taking the time to read this for me, Mrs. Woolley. I’m truly grateful for your feedback.


  3. I love you Kelli. I want to hold you tight and tell you how very sorry I am. You should never have experienced that. I think you know how proud I am of you and how inspiring a young woman you are. We are blessed to have you in our lives. People are brought to us for a reason…..I am so happy you were brought to my Caleb. I pray the two of you continue to love and grow together, forever. 💖


  4. Kelli, you are most darling. Thank you for showing us ‘brave’. My heart cries for how you were wronged, taken such advantage of, abused…. I am so very sorry.


  5. Sweet, precious, Kelli!
    My heart is broken for you. I’m so sorry you’ve struggled with this heavy, awful burden for so long.
    You ARE a very brave, beautiful girl, and your growing strength is so honestly shown in your letters!


  6. I could not hold back my tears as I read through this, Kelli. To think you were seven, an innocent little child, when I started coming around to keep you, Bradley, and Janie. To know you were already experiencing what no child should ever have to endure is just heart breaking.

    I’m proud of you sweet girl, for not letting such a life changing event define who you are, but to come out on top stronger than you ever imagined even when there are times when you feel otherwise. Be proud of the survivor you are, and though there may be moments when you feel defeated, your story can help so many others.

    I’m proud of you for seeking counsel. It’s hard to open up about things so scary and personal. God has a plan for you sister, whether you know what it is right now or not. He will use you in a great way. Love you sweet girl!💕


  7. Kelli, I read this two days ago and wanted to leave a comment every time I saw your post again on my newsfeed. And I just couldn’t. No words could adequately express the ache I feel for you; no words of mine could heal you in the way I would want them to- to make everything okay.
    But what you are doing is bringing healing. The journey. The process. The intricate cleansing and binding of wounds too complex for one night of tears to fix. I’m so proud of you for seeking help and for being so courageous to share.
    I will be praying for you, Kelli. You are valued. And you are treasured.


  8. I so relate to this post you are very brave to share it. Something happened to me when I was about 8 and I think it caused me to develop anorexia and an eating disorder. For decades I sat with it thinking it was odd but never discussing it with anyone. When I went into rehab people with eating disorders were talking about sexual abuse and I wondered whether what had happened to me was that. When I told therapists what had happened the said of course it was sexual abuse. I think a lot of my OCD with locks is to do with the abuse as well. Great that you are able to process it with your therapist. I have never fully processed mine and I think that is why the OCD with locks persists.


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