Do we continue our lives in withdrawal, pain and hurt or do we face the pain and our vulnerability and allow it to dissolve? And what happens when we don’t? I interviewed Zac to ask some of these questions.
For Partners and Friends
I would have never been able to heal if it weren’t for the friends and partners who came into my life. They showed me love, support, and safety. They taught me how I could trust myself and how I could start to let go.
This page is dedicated to all the partners and friends of people affected by sexual child abuse and trauma. Here you will find resources to understand the effects of trauma and help those who need it the most.
I really wanted to know how male partners thought and felt about sex when they were with a female survivour. Well! I asked and their responses have shocked me (in a good way)…
Many adults who have experienced childhood sexual abuse, experience sexual dysfunction in their romantic relationships. Fortunately, there is a way out… We don’t have to continue this cycle of suffering
Sexual abuse complicates our sexuality. We become ashamed, conflicted and confused. and It greatly impacts not only us but our partners. Our strategy – we start abusing ourselves to make our partners happy…
So you don’t like it when other people are trying to control your behaviour. Guess what? You are being controlled by so many forces even as you read this…
What happens when we let go of being a “trauma survivor”? Sometimes, it’s scary to let go of this identity but the grass is definitely greener on the other side.
Wouldn’t it be great If we understood what is at the core of our relationship failures? Learn how trauma impacts our beliefs and impacts our relationships.
Hyper-sensitivity and hyper-alertness, specially in a sexual situation is a common way to create safety when having sex. But there is another way, our partners can help us heal that sense of sexual safety.