How To Recover From Abuse

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For this post, we want to hear from you. We’ve had an excellent growing support system for the No Longer Silenced Movement, and hope to continue that momentum. The founder, Nicolette for any who may not know, is working on building a program designated to those recovering from abuse. In order to do so, we need to know what works for you.

What works for one, won’t for another, but combined, we can find a recovery path for everyone, and work towards helping survivors of child abuse further.

So, What worked for you?

If you’re currently a survivor of child abuse, we’d love your insights!

What did you do? Did Therapy help? Any books? What did you feel after? What still helps you today? What activity eases your reminders of your past, while still feeling them?

We’d love to hear from you!

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  1. To aid me in my path from victim of child sexual abuse to being a survivor from the abuse, I found writing poetry was a great help. Looking at what happened to me, and to examine the various ideas and thoughts that went with my situation was a helpful thing. But before the poetry was short story writing, where I was able to write about abusive situations and kill, or at least damage the abuser. This ‘stage’ felt good, being able to lash out and win!

    Now, I feel healed, and able to help others with their own journey. Listening non-judgementally can sometimes be an incredibly healing thing to do to help people.

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