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Articles & Blog

In this area you will find articles and posts covering topics such as:

  • healing from abuse
  • the after effects of abuse
  • stories of recovery
  • recognizing abuse
  • discussion papers
  • research developments
  • reviews

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Articles

4 Steps Vital to Releasing Old Family Patterns, September 2014

Why Survivors Need Each Other, July 2014 

Abuse Will Not Define Me, April 2014

A Guide to Seeking Justice and Compensation: For Victims of Child Abuse, December 2014

The Story of Chiquitta – Suffering in Silence No More, December 2014

The Beauty of isurvive – Loveliness, February 2015

5 Tips for Helping a Depressed Friend or Loved One, March 2015

Working With Your Inner Child to Heal Abuse, March 2015

Parenting While Depressed: 10 Things to Remember, May 2015

How to Choose a Counselor or Therapist, June 2015

Commitment to Recovery, June 2015

The Power of Forgiveness, June 2015

Tips for Battling the Winter Blues, April 2016

Depression – Some Supportive Resources, April 2016

An Author’s Dark Past as Inspiration, April 2016

Every Person Has a Story – Tarese’s Story, April 2016

How Childhood Trauma Can Create Lifelong Adult Addicts, October 2016

Why It’s Imperative to Seek Help After Emotional Abuse, October 2016

Talking Therapy and Abuse Survivors: Does it Help or Hinder the Healing Process?, October 2016

My Healing From Childhood Sexual Abuse, April 2017

For Those Who Condemn Themselves for Acts Coerced Under Torture, October 2017

 

 

Book Reviews

Dear Little Ones, Dissociative Identity Disorder for Young Alters (July 2015)

We Have Come Far, June 2014

 

Blog Posts

Why You’re Braver Than You Think, August 2014

Recovery from Abuse: the Search for Information/Validation, June 2014

Are We There Yet?, February 2015

For Those Who Condemn Themselves for Acts Coerced Under Torture

By Ellen Lacter, Ph.D. (Copyright, October 15, 2017) This article can be found here https://endritualabuse.org/coerced-under-torture/ and seeks: 1) to educate therapists and survivors about the existence of torture-coerced perpetration; 2) to describe the long-term devastating moral injury resulting from having been coerced to harm others;  3) to describe the kinds of torture that predictably work […]

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Are We There Yet?

I must confess that for part of my healing journey – no, wait, let’s be honest, pretty much all of it so far – I have been somewhat of an unwilling participant. I have been in and out of therapy more times than I can count over the past decade and each time, I go […]

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For Those Who Condemn Themselves for Acts Coerced Under Torture

By Ellen Lacter, Ph.D. (Copyright, October 15, 2017) This article can be found here https://endritualabuse.org/coerced-under-torture/ and seeks: 1) to educate therapists and survivors about the existence of torture-coerced perpetration; 2) to describe the long-term devastating moral injury resulting from having been coerced to harm others;  3) to describe the kinds of torture that predictably work […]

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Book Review: Dear Little Ones

Dear Little Ones Dissociative Identity Disorder for Young Alters By Jade Miller This is a beautiful little book with a powerful message; easy to read and understand with soft, non-threatening illustrations. The gentle words come from a caring ‘big sister’ perspective, trying to help little ones understand what’s going on for them within their team. […]

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Every Person Has a Story – Tarese’s Story

Hello, I just wanted to reach out and send you a message. I am an adult survivor of Childhood abuse. I suffered extreme depression, I was a self-harmer, and I suffered from an eating disorder. I never thought hope was possible, I never thought I would be able to live a normal life, or even achieve any dreams. I […]

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Depression – Some Supportive Resources

Depression – Some Supportive Resources By Patricia Sarmiento Did you know that there are almost 350 million people worldwide who suffer from depression? Men, women and even children can fall victim to this mental health issue. What’s worse is that depression can lead to other devastating issues including alcoholism, obesity and insomnia. Depression isn’t something we can simply […]

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