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.
Understanding the effects of childhood sexual abuse is the key to healing. When we understand our behaviour and learn the triggers that cause those behaviours, we can then choose to keep the ones that work for us and work towards changing those that don’t.
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…
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.