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Re: How to Heal from Abuse

concrete angel ·
I tried to like it . It's a very accurate and helpful post
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Re: How to Heal from Abuse

Audrey ·
I'm afraid that my abuse came from my therapist. I think it's important for people to be aware that some therapists can hurt you, and to choose carefully.
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Re: How to Heal from Abuse

Audrey ·
I'm sorry to say that my therapist was my abuser. I think it's important to be careful and discerning as to who we entrust our feelings to.
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A Child Abuse Survivor- What I Want Others To Know

Kay ·
As I sit here thinking about what to write, i’m struck by the idea that some people might not know what goes on inside the mind of a child abuse adult survivor after years of healing. What would I want people to know about my experience? What do I wish people knew? How has it affected me and changed me into the person I am today? These are all what I deem as important questions to look at and ponder. So, the first thing I want to say about childhood abuse (this includes physical, emotional...
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How to Heal from Abuse

Stephanie K ·
Being abused in any way can have a negative impact on an individual’s life. The severity of the psychological repercussions can vary depending on many factors....
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Male Survivors: Don't Be Afraid to Speak

Destiny Vaughan ·
Domestic violence has no preference, and every person has the potential to be a victim. Out of every three females that experience abuse, two males also experience abuse. Also, these statistics only revolve around cases of physical violence; they fail to mention cases of emotional and sexual abuse, which males can also be victims of. Although 40% of men experience abuse, only 13% of them seek help or use a hotline. On top of that, when men call the police on their abusers, a whopping 50% of...
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Victims: 3 Helpful Ways to Share Your Survival Story

Stephanie K ·
If you are a survivor of an abusive relationship there are resources for you which can help you share your story and gain strength. 2 sites mentioned here are our own, of course, YesICAN.org , as well as Good Therapy.
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