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Letter to My Family   (annie's Corner)

By now you may have all read each and every word printed on these pages. I hope you have...but more than read them, I hope you have really heard what I’ve said...
-- by annie

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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

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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.

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Victims No More   (Survivors (General))

We create our reality from what we know; our held beliefs, values, and accepted self-image. However, our outmoded childhood belief systems lock us into a repetitious cycle of patterns and habitual processes. Many times, we find these patterns creating...
-- by Dr. Barbara Sinor

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Family Responses   (annie's Corner)

Various responses from family members about my site and my letter to them after they discovered my site
-- by family

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A Brief Synopsis of Child Sexual Abuse   (Parents of Survivors)

Given that the grooming and manipulation often occurs subtly over time, and with a trusted figure, the child finds him or herself stuck in a situation without comprehending how they got there.
-- by Gary Direnfeld

132 person(s) found this article helpful


Safe From Strangers   (Parents of Survivors)

There are few thoughts as terrifying as the abduction of your young child by a stranger...The problem is though, that a childís view of a stranger is very different from a parentís view.
-- by Gary Direnfeld

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Who Started It Doesnít Necessarily Matter   (Parents of Survivors)

Remember in the Wizard of Oz, when Dorothy began her stroll down the Yellow Brick Road? Eventually she came upon a fork in the road. There she stood, unable to determine which way to go until...
-- by Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW

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Myths That Put Us All At Risk   (Female Survivors)

Most sexual assaults simply donít fit any stereotype. Among the most common misconceptions are these:
-- by Jolie Ann Bales

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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.

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