How our minds play tricks on us when it comes to abuse

When I heard of my friends being molested back in the 90's, I had always felt so much heartbreak for them. I understood what it might have been like. At those times, I felt how lucky I was to have never been sexually abused. I remember myself saying, "Thank God I was never molested". Then... Continue Reading →

Normalizing Objectification: Empowering Choices Versus Disempowering Choices and the Underappreciated Difference

Trauma is likely to be repressed or partially repressed from childhood. However, whether the trauma is consciously remembered or not, it is likely to be normalized into adulthood as a means of survival and false empowerment unless there was something in that child's life that taught them what happened to them was wrong and not... Continue Reading →

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