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Running Away from Home   (annie's Corner)

He came home and looked at my bags and asked if I was going somewhere. He didnít even ask me what was wrong...I thought, "typical man."
-- by annie

17 person(s) found this article helpful


The Healing Power of Grief   (annie's Corner)

As survivors of sexual abuse, we have been hurt most by the ones we should have been able to trust...so much pain...how do we heal from this?
-- by annie

164 person(s) found this article helpful


The Healing of My Self Esteem   (annie's Corner)

People used to say I had an inferiority complex. I said, ďNo, I am inferior.Ē And I meant it. Everyone else seemed more important, more worthy, more lovable, more needy than I...
-- by annie

40 person(s) found this article helpful


Confrontation: How I Hate that Word   (annie's Corner)

There comes a point in recovery where we realize that if we want to have a relationship with someone, we have to confront them. This is the way that I dealt with this issue.
-- by annie

55 person(s) found this article helpful


Jenny Craig: Here I Come!   (annie's Corner)

So many times I would start a diet, but things would keep coming up--and I would break it and not start again...These are some of the obstacles I’ve faced.
-- by annie

39 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


Thereís an Elephant in the Room   (Survivors (General))

We grew up with an elephant in the room, especially if our abuse was a parent or sibling. I donít know how many times Iíve heard survivors say their parent(s) knew but did nothing...
-- by annie

99 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


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