Posts Tagged childhood sexual abuse


Love Yourself as Much as I do. “Winter” – Tori Amos

This song has often brought me to tears.  The gentle imagery combined with such an important life lesson all in one.  True, I am NEVER thinking of any particular happy memory including my father when I hear this song.  As it works for me now, I just really hope that my kids could look to […]

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A new resource for Healing

For  a long time I have admired and appreciated the bravery and honesty of Faith Allen on Blooming Lotus.  Her story and her journey of healing is heartbreaking to amazingly inspirational.  The topics she writes on and the candid, open way in which she discusses them opened my eyes to just how necessary it is […]

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Feeling very Blessed

After my last post I received such a flood of support and love from all directions. I heard from immediate family, friends and people that have been in my life since I was a kid. I find that I am also connecting with other survivors of childhood sexual abuse. I can’t express how important that […]

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Talking about Sexual Abuse

It’s 2.5 years since I started this blog. I really wanted to share my story in the hopes that others would feel safe and supported enough to share theirs. It’s not that they needed to share it here, but with anyone, someone, even in a journal to themselves. To get the dialogue going and help […]

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What would you ask a Childhood Sexual Abuse Survivor?

After a discussion last night, I thought about using my skills in facilitation and conversation to help engage people in discussing sexual abuse. I have always believed that if someone is intelligent enough to articulate a question, the very least I can do is answer it. In thinking of blog post subjects, I find myself […]

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