Does time heals all wounds? I’ve heard many survivors of abuse try to soothe themselves sa pamamagitan ng saying, “Soon, this will pass.” It does take time to heal—and lots of it. But time alone won’t repair the soul mutilation of abuse anymore than it will repair the destruction caused sa pamamagitan ng an earthquake. Sexual abuse ravages the depths of your being and to be restored, you’ll need to face each wounded area. Healing takes great quantities of perseverance, courage, strength and yes, time.
Christina: When I talk about my childhood sexual abuse, I see it as an opportunity to validate my inner child. As I reveal the horror of what happened to her, I’m inviting her out of the shadows of fear and shame. She’s accustomed to other’s dismissive denial, but telling the truth gives her the honor she deserves.
Bethany: I remember my childhood nightmare of screaming with all my might but no noise would come out. Holding in the secret abuse is just like that. I was constantly screaming inside but no one heard me. Finally, I made myself heard. I first began sharing...
I hate blood and gore, but I pag-ibig watching medical shows. When they ipakita mangled flesh, I have to cover my eyes. It’s hard to imagine all the pain the person is suffering and even if they can be saved, the struggle that recovery requires. Sometimes I think it would be easier to let the person die because I don’t understand how someone could possibly recover and have a real life after having their body so torn. But the doctors don’t think like that; they understand the healing process and they’ve seen what their skillful work plus the restorative abilities of the human body can...
Sexual abuse is when someone with less power is tricked, trapped, coerced, or bribed into any type of sexual experience. Power imbalance may result from the perpetrator’s age, size, position, experience, or authority and includes kissing, fondling, being forced to touch the abuser’s genitals, anal, oral or vaginal sex, and non-contact acts such as exhibitionism, exposure to pornography, voyeurism or sexual comments or looks.
If, as a child, you experienced anything that felt sexual or yucky with someone who had madami power than you,...
I see the first morning sun, as it wakens the day As it peeks from the east, I really can’t say Just how I will feel, as it moves east to west To the last sinag of light, putting the araw down to rest
Many thoughts will fill my mind, as I watch the sun move Will I stay grounded today, will I find that right grove My composure my selfness will I be able to maintain The thoughts and the visions will I be able to contain
My whole life, (I'm 17), I've had to live with the abuse expressed in this poem. And for a very long time, I believed I was everything she sinabi I was. Until I met God. I learnt a lot madami about myself and who I could be and deserved to be and finally left. It's been almost a taon now, and life couldn't be any happier for me!
Shut your mouth and listen to what I have to say, I'm going to take you back to that one specific day. I was laying in kama alone while listening to you and him talk on the phone. You said, "Well if they have the money I don't see why not, She'll be ready sa pamamagitan ng 9 o'clock"
My name is Tiasha and I'm here to tell others my story! I was sexually abused sa pamamagitan ng my mother's ex-boyfriend! I use to be scared to say anything about the rape, but I knew it was best for me to start talking about it! Although I'm scared to like be around any male alone I've decided to let the world know my story!
"Rape's not something where you just go, "Well, get over it" or "Believe in pag-ibig and peace, my child, and it'll all be over." Well, fuck you, that isn't the answer. It's a great thought, OK, but you can go and stick crystals up your butt and get on with it. I'm all for pag-ibig and peace, but that's not the side I work on. If somebody would talk about it, or worse, joke about it, I would be ready to kill. That's not healing. It was a very long time after that before I was able to be with anyone again. And it has never been the same as it was before"
OSA is a community of survivors whose histories range from incest to stranger abduction to childhood prostitution to being leered at sa pamamagitan ng a creepy coach. No matter what happened to you, it matters and you deserve to heal.
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A like minded community with one thing in common, sexual abuse. Sexual abuse is not your fault, and there is life after sexual abuse. Learn, share and discuss with others who truly understand. Change powerless into empowerment.
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9th tagahanga :D. And one of the things that piss me off is sexual abuse to anyone. I had an ex who had been sexually abused and all the time I had to hold her cuz of nightmares. Any abuse is terrible to begin with but sexual abuse is just horrible especially since sex is a form of love. A good ipakita to watch about this topic is Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. Its really amazing. My puso goes out to everyone who is a vixtim or knows someone who has suffered this kind of abuse..
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