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A Family Of Angels
By Denise Love Contreras
Sunday, November 12, 2006

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A family of Angels consists of a mom and dad and two daughters this family took me in to their lives. Today I call them my family of Angels.

 My family of Angels took me in many years ago and I will never forget.
 

My memory recalls I must have been about 9 or 10 years old at that time when they took me in I could be wrong with the age range.
 

 You see I lived with my adoptive mom who was busy and I did not really want to be with her. I had another friend who at the time I would of said he was a father figure. I stayed with him often he was sexually abusive. I wanted to be with him because he showed me love, he showed me the wrong kind of love but at the time I did not see the difference it started so young so it was normal to me. 
 

 I believe God was watching over me because He brought my family of Angels into my life. I thank God for this family because when they took me in to their lives I was showed true love. Love that a mom and dad gives, love from sisters. Not the love that I was used to.

 

I was older than the other two girls and that helped my self-esteem to be able to have people around me, who did care, who loved me they taught me how to live life.
 

 I had no idea how to act around people I was very shy, and timid, at the same time I had a lot of anger inside of me. I raged a lot and they taught me a lot about life as I think back I see how they taught me love more with their actions than with words they showed me by the way they treated their own children, and they treated me as if I was one of their own.
 

 I don’t think they knew about the abuse or if they did we did not talk about it. It was normal for me and I was used to it so I did not talk about it. The subject never came up as far as can I remember.
 

 I remember there were times I would sit and talk with their mom and I felt loved. I had chores to do and that made me feel worthy, it made me feel as if I could be trusted to wash dishes and things like that. I never did those kinds of things at my house with my adoptive mom she always wanted to do everything.
 

 This wonderful family that God brought into my life I thank you from the bottom of my heart for taking me in and teaching me how to live.
 

 When this family moved I did not want to live any more and I did not care about my life. Of course I was a teenager, very sensitive, very emotional and very immature. This family of Angels was so special. I did not know how to express my feelings to them. As I grew up and started to get some maturity I came to realize how this family were truly Angels in my life.
 

 I don’t know if my adoptive mother ever thanked them or not. I do not know if she realized that this loving family was the ones who taught me some morals and taught me love. I thank you and I hope one day we will meet again so I can give you all a big hug and thank you for being in my life. I pray you all are having a wonderful life and are happy. I have missed you all these years and I pray we will meet again.
 

 I believe to this day you saved me from a lot of things I cannot even express my gratitude for you. God takes care of His children and even when I had no idea, or had no communication with a God. God brought you all to love me and show me what a family really is. I thank you so much for being here for me in my childhood.
 

 Update November 11th 2006 I found my best friend and we talked on the phone and I am so thankful to God that we are able to talk again. I am looking forward to seeing you all again.
 

 Thank you God for bringing this family into my life when I was a child, and thank you for bringing them back into my life.
 

 I love you thank you.
 

With Love Denise

 
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Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 6/21/2007
This LIFE story filled ME with an inner peace, I too was Sexually Abused, and my manipulator *( my birth father) was in my life for Years and used me as he saw fit~
I too, thought it was LOVE, I was treated special, till "I" did something about it *( as I said in my lONG -Beware- BLUNT - Poem"My MOther's Husband, about 50 or so down, if you have time to read it! and about 40 or so down, "The Name DAD Should Be Love" and I have othe Uplfiting Spiritual writes/etc. YOur story brought back memories and reminded me of my own inner Strength, YOU are a Survivor, as I am and we are out to HELP and Comfort others!
God Bless Angie!
God Speed!
I hope and pray for everyday to be YOUR Strong day!
WArmest Blessings! PEACE, Love and Faith, WArrrior Spirit Lady Sheeeoox
BE SAFE!
STay POsitive!
Thank YOU for sharing your life/heart and Soul OPENLY!
Reviewed by Laura Mayer 12/3/2006
This story tells me how strong you are to have survived your childhood, and to meet and appreciate your family of angels. God Bless, Laura
Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson 11/12/2006
What a great story Angela ! It seems that lots of angels have touched your life in one way or another. Dispite all you have been through,, your heart shines, your faith is strong and steadfast.........M
Reviewed by Dove JoAnne Cromp 11/12/2006
Oh my precious sister, this deeply touched me..We have risen out of ashes into glory and beauty~~

Love & Peace,
Dove
Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten 11/12/2006
What a wonderful story, Angela! I believe you have always had your own Angels...otherwise you probably would have never noticed the ones God put before you! And to show how much God really loves you he topped it off with a reunion, know the seperation made you appreciate each other that much more!
Again, A uplifting wonderful write!
God Bless you and all His new gifts ahead!
Love and Peace~
Kimmy




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