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Characteristics of Male Survivors   (Male Survivors)

Difficulty recognizing that what happened was sexual abuse. High need for control in interactions with others.
-- by Ken Singer, LCSW

158 person(s) found this article helpful


Myths About Male Sexual Abuse   (Male Survivors)

Myth #1 - Boys and men canít be victims. This myth, instilled through masculine gender socialization and sometimes referred to as the "macho image," declares that males, even young boys, are not ...
-- by conference

89 person(s) found this article helpful


Stages of Growth for Male Survivors   (Male Survivors)

I cannot manage my pain alone. I must seek help...
-- by Karen Lison, MA

38 person(s) found this article helpful


Common Recovery Questions   (Survivors (General))

There are a number of questions that are repeatedly asked by survivors and families of survivors and I would like to take some time to address some of those here.
-- by annie

99 person(s) found this article helpful


Facts for Families   (Parents of Survivors)

Child sexual abuse has been reported up to 80,000 times a year, but the number of unreported instances is far greater, because the children are afraid to tell anyone what has happened,..
-- by AACAP

19 person(s) found this article helpful


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


An Average Everyday Child Molester   (Parents of Survivors)

Iím not talking about a guy who hides behind bushes or hangs around schoolyards and playgrounds. I could be anyone -- your brother, your neighbor, your friend, your father, even your grandfather...
-- by Ann Landers

57 person(s) found this article helpful


A Motherís Story of Healing   (Parents of Survivors)

I am the mother of an abused child. The disclosure took place in 1993, when she told about her dad-my husband. It was a very frightening time in our lives.
-- by Anonymous

29 person(s) found this article helpful


Our Personal Legal Battle   (Parents of Survivors)

Her abuser never had to experience the humiliation of being put in handcuffs, being taken to jail, or being held there.
-- by Judy

4 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


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