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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


A Confrontation Letter   (Female Survivors)

For many survivors there comes a time when we must confront those who abused us and/or let the abuse happen. This is one survivor’s letter to her parents...
-- by "Jane"

191 person(s) found this article helpful


The Body Remembers   (Female Survivors)

...try to remove themselves from the reality of the pain by going numb, going ďawayĒ or forgetting. But memories and feelings donít go away. They go underground...
-- by Faith Rayman, M.A.

127 person(s) found this article helpful


Sexual Healing...After Abuse   (Survivors (General))

The following provides some basic principles for beginning the process of sexual healing from the aftermath of sexual abuse.
-- by Dr. Doug

46 person(s) found this article helpful


Crashing Out of Repression   (Female Survivors)

Once the memories start to surface, you begin a new journey in your life and nothing will ever be the same. That journey includes watching, waiting, and wishing for the pain to go away.
-- by Christi

149 person(s) found this article helpful


Stages of Growth   (Female Survivors)

A list of the common stages of growth that survivors go through in the recovery process
-- by Karen Lison, M.A.

159 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


Sex Therapy with Survivors   (Survivors (General))

Many of the survivors I talked with had been to sex therapists before, with no success. They had histories of persistent problems that seemed immune to standard treatments...
-- by Wendy Maltz, M.S.W.

47 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


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