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April 10, 2020

I looked into this and it is true. Good advice but how to let those know who need it but not their abusers? Hugs

Filed under: Dealing With Abuse, Health, Ideas, News, Religion, Sex — Scottie @ 07:18

2 Comments »

  1. WOW!!!

    Only problem … if this is spread too far and wide, the abductors will learn of it and start doing searches.

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    Comment by Nan — April 10, 2020 @ 16:13

    • Hello Nan. I also worried about that. How to get the word out and yet keep abusers from figuring it out. I know from childhood that abusers try very hard to never let the abused be alone with someone that they might confide in and even then they press hard how untrustworthy those “others” are and how much harm they will do if you talk. In my case I was told that the ones asking would tell my abusers who would punish me. I know it worked for me, I never talked. I have told how when I was in the first grade I was taken to a room with a few adults, and made to remove my shirt and pants. I have told how upset I was, how I begged, because as you can imagine that never went well for me at home. They asked me repeatedly in all sorts of ways if I was being hit or hurt ( my body was covered in bruises that is why this was happening ) but I knew by then what to say, to deny it. Even in the hospital I denied all and any of it. I could have saved myself years more abuse, but the threats, the indoctrinated fears, stopped that. So I can understand when the abused person could have spoken up but did not tell someone, gotten out. Look at Elizabeth Smart, it simply doesn’t happen that easily. I wish there was a universal way adult authorities could tell, I wish there was a way to save all those traffic people. I just don’t know how.
      I did google the subject and it is well known already. I got back a lot of well known websites and a ton I did not know. Hugs

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      Comment by Scottie — April 10, 2020 @ 21:49


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