Matthew Pinto is the founder and president of Ascension Press, a leading Catholic publisher. Matt regularly travels to different dioceses and conferences to share ideas for building programs that effectively reach adults and teens with the truth and beauty of the Catholic Faith. Patti served as the managing editor and co-author of the Catholic best-selling Amazing Grace book series.
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Your amazing grace is amazingly beautiful. As a nurse I fear that I will not have enough empathy for my patients with depression.
Although there is only so much I can do for work within 8 hours. I am proud to have read your story and will bring it to the bedside with me. You are helping me understand a little more. Continue your journey of amazing grace…. Ruth, By now you must realize how unalone you really are.
There are so many of your sisters out here in the world who have experienced the shame, guilt, torment and depression of childhood sexual abuse, reaching far into our adulthoods, yet who have been showered by His amazing Grace and able to look up, and see light through the darkness. I was 8 or 9, possibly But the beautiful thing is that today, I am healed. Healed of the guilt, the shame, the torment, the secret, the PTSD.
Healed by the grace of a God who adores me. Your story?
And someone out here will read it, and it will stike them as familiar…and they will find comfort in that. And, perhaps, who know? Even find the meaning of Grace. What a noble, vulnerable way to step into the uncomfortable and share your story. No doubt it will bless many. Praying for you as you seek Him for strength and the words to encourage others. I was just happy to read your ideas. But sharing your story blesses me. I still feel so close to the edge sometimes. A person must have love and they must have support. I am sitting here in work and in tears.
I stumbled across your blog today looking for tips to declutter my life and then saw your story. I feel in someway a higher power brought me here and I wanted to thank you. I have been struggling silently with depression and seriously contemplated ending my own life or atleast taking self harm further then simply some cutes, and this is just a beacon of hope. Just wanted to say thanks for your story and I am glad that you are okay and that you have a brave spirit to reveal the information to everyone.
God will Bless you for your words of encouragement. I just found your blog and I honestly am so proud and amazed at people that share their stories without holding back.
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You give the rest of us courage. God bless you. Thank you for sharing your story of love. I, too, embrace you for your courage in writing about these painful events and I am so happy to hear how far you have come from those stormy days. I, too, was sexually abused as a child. My offender was my brother. It seems my body wants to give out at the same time as dealing with this and other stressors.
Anyway, I wanted to tell you how much I appreciate your strength and honesty. Thank you — you truly are a gift from God. Patty O. D and depression but its maintained through a lot of hard work and making sure also to get rest when needed ect and gods help and love x x x x x. Can i ask you, as you have 2 daughters, how do you protect them, or make them aware of sexual abuse. Hi Loonita, Thank you so much for your kind and encouraging words. My husband and I are very vigilant about who our girls come in contact with.
We have tried to create an open line of communication that encourages honesty and assured them that they can always come to us not matter what the topic.
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I hope this helps. I am awestruck that I would come upon your story and read the death of the abuser is what triggered the memories. Thank you for being courageous enough to write this post. When I remembered after the death of the man who violated me — and confronted my mother — I lost my entire extended family and my mother for the umpteenth time.
Im sorry for you pain, so sorry, but so helped to have a sister who believes me. Hi Wondering if I can share this on my web show? Also in my meetings with women whom have similar stories to bring comfort and healing???
Wow, Ruth…wow. God really is our redeemer! I thank you for sharing your story it truly touched my heart. I too was abused as a young child and so was my older sister by our neighbor and praise GOD that he guided us thru the pain, shame and humiliation. The doctors did what they could do and so did the counselors but it was the power of GOD and the strength of our parents that raised us up and helped us. Are you still married to your husband? I can relate to your story in a way and I have found someone who is 20 years older than me as well.
Thank you so much for sharing and your courage to do that. I too suffer from major depression but also alcoholism. I was nervous too, about putting that out there, hurt family members and such. But you gave me a little boost I need and I thank you! Have a wonderful and safe weekend! Have you ever gotten mad God for the cruelties He allows. I mean He could stop it you know. Why doesnT He???