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Living With an Abused Child   (Parents of Survivors)

As a mother, the feelings of helplessness are beyond anyoneís imagination who hasnít been there.
-- by Amanda Ellis

58 person(s) found this article helpful


Profile of a Child Molester   (Parents of Survivors)

Remember, you canít pick an abuser out of a crowd. There are no social or economic barriers. An abuser can be the president of a company, your brother, friend, father, grandfather, uncle, neighbor,..
-- by annie

620 person(s) found this article helpful


Protecting Your Child   (Parents of Survivors)

A child molester is not someone you can pick out of a crowd. He or she is not characterized by such things as social status, religious or non-religious beliefs, physical traits, or economical status.
-- by annie

49 person(s) found this article helpful


Possible Signs of Sexual Abuse   (Parents of Survivors)

These are simply common characteristics children display when they have been abused and can be used to help identify possible problems in a child’s life that warrants attention.
-- by annie

990 person(s) found this article helpful


What Partnersí Need   (Loved Ones of Survivors)

Just as a survivor has specific needs in recovery, so does the partner.
-- by annie

342 person(s) found this article helpful


Get Out of the Distorted Thinking Trap   (Survivors (General))

Distorted thinking is something that most people have in one way or another. Here is a cognitive/behavioral therapy list of some of the common distortions that people have and how these related to me
-- by annie

317 person(s) found this article helpful


Sabotaging Intimacy   (Female Survivors)

"...many people are afraid of intimacy because intimacy requires risk and vulnerability. The closer someone is to us, the more power they have to potentially hurt us."
-- by Karen D. Nichols, Ph.D.

517 person(s) found this article helpful


Identifying Anger Problems   (Survivors (General))

Everyone has a "fighting style." Whatís your style? Is your style healthy? Read on for more.
-- by Dave Goetz, M.S.

698 person(s) found this article helpful


What Survivors Need from Loved Ones   (Loved Ones of Survivors)

No two people’s stories, reactions, pain, or recovery will be exactly the same. However, there are many things we do share in the recovery process. Get to know the survivor in your life and allow...
-- by not listed

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Why am I so Afraid of You?   (annie's Corner)

I was always afraid that if I let someone know the real me, that they might not like what they see. I was afraid of intimacy...even with my husband.
-- by annie

209 person(s) found this article helpful


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