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Therapy For Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

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As a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, seeing a therapist or counselor is a powerful decision to make for yourself. Professional therapists help both adults and children resolve emotional conflicts, process memories of abuse, and provide a safe space to discuss paths to improve their current (and future) relationships and sexual experiences. There is no Read More …

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More Dangerous Myths About Child Abuse

Posted onCategoriesLatest Research into the Impact of Sex Abuse on Kids, Recovering from Child Molestation, Resources

Child sexual abuse is an unfortunate reality for at least one out of every five children. Despite the very real danger, many parents find the idea of their child as a victim of sexual abuse too difficult to think about. We’ve already discussed some prevailing myths regarding the kinds of people who abuse children or Read More …

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From Victim To Survivor of Childhood Sexual Abuse

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From Victim To Survivor of Childhood Sexual Abuse Do You Find Yourself Struggling Through the steps of becoming a “survivor” of childhood sexual abuse? Childhood sexual abuse is one of the most difficult things individuals, and families may ever have to deal with in a lifetime. It’s something no child or parent should ever have Read More …

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Parents: Do You Struggle With Triggers?

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Parenting as a Survivor Do You Struggle With Triggers? If you’re a parent who survived childhood sexual abuse, have your experiences differed from the struggles moms and dads normally share? The question came up when anonymous user asked Reddit’s parenting forum for help: the mom of two young boys had survived sexual abuse as a Read More …

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Would You Take 20 Years Off Your Child’s Life?

Posted onCategoriesFeatured News Stories, Latest Research into the Impact of Sex Abuse on Kids, Resources

Since the mid-nineties, scientists have been studying something that might be in every household. Children exposed to it suffer from a dramatically increased risk for seven out of ten leading causes of death. It can affect a child’s brain development, immune system, hormonal system and even the transcription of a child’s DNA. These effects occur both Read More …