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by Rex Bradley,Caroline Johnson-Marshall
Author: Rex Bradley,Caroline Johnson-Marshall
Publisher: Thorsons (June 14, 1993)
Subcategory: Family Relationships
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A Safe Place To Begin book. A Safe Place to Begin: Recovery from Childhood Sexual Abuse. 0722527233 (ISBN13: 9780722527238).
Most people realize that childhood sexual abuse is traumatic, but not everyone understands or recognizes the . Unable to sell it, she spent the next five years developing a program on recovery from child sexual abuse.
Most people realize that childhood sexual abuse is traumatic, but not everyone understands or recognizes the serious and often life-long effects. The author of this valuable book, Marjorie McKinnon, has written extensively about how survivors can work to move beyond the trauma of abuse. With hard work and patience, it can be done. She pulls no punches, and never trivializes the difficulty of dealing with this problem. Despite being a non-professional, it was her belief that a program devised by someone who had walked the same road would be a sensitive and pragmatic resource.
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But before I knew of anything, before the flashbacks, my biggest (physical) sign that sexual abuse had occurred in my childhood was hyperventilating during sex. A panic would set in and I wouldn’t be able to catch my breath, and my whole body would lock up, face and everything. Like I would turn to stone, and it was painful. Into my adulthood, while taking a bath with my lover, when out of nowhere I begin to say, almost like some sort of tic, Here, let me help you, here, let me help you.
Perhaps the only safe place that the survivor does nd is in bed, alone, w ith the covers drawn up ove r her head. A multitude of published books and papers on child sexual abuse (CSA) describe symptoms, long-term effects, and therapy for survivors of abuse. However, the parallels between the nature of the sexual trauma event(s) as originally experienced by the victim and the therapeutic process into which the survivor later becomes engaged have not been reported.