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    Popular! Kali Munro, Psychotherapist Top Rated
    Lots of easy-to-read self-help articles about sexual and ritual abuse including gay survivors, mother-daughter sexual abuse, male sexual abuse survivors, DID, and ritual abuse/cult programming. There are articles about relationships, lesbians and gay men, depression, body image, and depression. There are psychological self-quizzes dealing with relationships, impostor phenomenon, shame, anger, etc. Also available is a discussion and support forum/bulletin board about sexual abuse, DID, relationships, lesbian issues, and more. - 8-Sep-2001 - Hits: 6959 - Rate This | Details
    A Place to Grow
    Gina Weiss is the author of the article 'A Place to Grow' and believes sexual abuse of children is an issue in the collective consciousness of society, and it will remain so until enough healing has occurred to stem the tide of abuse. She suggests that as more survivors and perpetrators of abuse are healed, the overall level of denial in the collective consciousness will be reduced. Thereby paving the way for faster healing in the future such that at some point, there will be no more abuse.'sRoleEndingAbuse.pdf - 4-Mar-2005 - Hits: 2245 - Rate This | Details
    Acquaintance Rape: A Matter of Consent by Dr. Amy Menna
    The title of this article is "Acquaintance Rape: A Matter of Consent" by Dr. Amy Menna.


    "Rape. It is a powerful word for a power hungry act. It breeds fear and in many cases, it breeds silence. It is important that this silence be broken, and survivors be heard. By doing so, we break the grasp that rape has upon so many. The aftermath can be immense. The journey to heal may be terrifying; the steps, long and tedious. By building a bridge of awareness and empowerment, woman and men who have experienced rape can be healed and heard." - 24-Feb-2010 - Hits: 599 - Rate This | Details
    I Will Survive: The African-American Guide to Healing from Sexual Assault and Abuse (Excerpt)
    Dear Reader: The following is the Introduction to Lori Robinson’s book, I Will Survive: The African-American Guide to Healing from Sexual Assault and Abuse. We have also included a portion of Chapter 3 called Emotional Recovery. In I Will Survive, Lori Robinson has created a valuable resource for African-American survivors of sexual assault (as well as their families, friends, and communities), incorporating personal stories, civil rights history, and a call for community activism. An award-winning journalist and a rape survivor herself, Robinson walks readers through the ways survivors can experience emotional, physical, sexual, and spiritual healing, offering her firsthand knowledge on the particular difficulties African-Americans face on their journey toward recovery. - 30-Jan-2008 - Hits: 229 - Rate This | Details
    Trauma in American Indian Communities
    This article explores the unique experience of trauma faced by American Indian tribes throughout the United States. Although each tribe represents a distinct cultural group, American Indians share a similar history in that the populations were decimated by colonization and the westward movement. Additionally, many American Indian communities experience losses on a daily basis. In some cases the historical losses, current experiences of loss, and witnessing violent events can result in symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. - 30-Jan-2008 - Hits: 200 - Rate This | Details