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Begging for Help

Jul 12, 2017

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Perhaps we will come to see that treatment of those whose world is shaky and confusing is not only the compassionate, but the most helpful action to take. And perhaps in the future, when suffering individuals who struggle with complex mental and emotional difficulties call out for help, they will receive the support and care they need to live a healthier life.

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Most of us hold a worldview that life should be fair and justice should be served. There is a sort of symmetry and balance to this belief that many of us take for granted. We want to believe that the world we live in is a just place. For adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse the world is, however, not a just place. The moment a child is sexually violated he or she finds out immediately that there is no justice in their world. There is no explanation, no logic, no sense to be made, and certainly no fairness when a child’s sense of safety and trust is shattered.... So what, exactly, does justice mean for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse? . . .

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It seems like such a simple thing to say. How can it be that hearing just these three words, I believe you, can be positively life changing? And how can it be that not hearing these three little words can cause decades of shame, sorrow, and pain? ... Why is it, then, that as a culture, we find it so easy to remain in denial? ...

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