My story

For years now, I am healed, healed from the sexual abuse. The scars are there to remind me that I was victorious in my battle, that I found my inner strength and passion. I now live a thriving life on the terms I want.

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Would you like to say

  • I am comfortable in my body!
  • I am confident and take on new challenges!
  • I have trust in myself and others!
  • I build strong/new relationships!
  • I am successful, personal and professional!

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HOW TO COPE WITH PAINFUL MEMORY TRIGGERS

Flashbacks of sexual abuse history can be vivid and very painful. These 'triggers' are sometimes hard to prevent but there are ways to cope with them.

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These four limiting-beliefs hinder you from healing:

It’s my own fault

1Sexual abuse victims often blame them selves of what has happened to them. This is seen in so many most sexual abuse stories. This feeling of guilt over their abuse limits victims from moving forward.

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I am all alone

2Sexual abuse victims often feel very isolated in their pain. This is often fed by shame, the will to keep it a secret, guilt or thinking there is no support out there. This limiting belief hinders victims from healing.

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It is what it is

3It is my fate. Especially sexual abuse victims who have been abused over a longer period of time, often believe that their life situation cannot be changed. This limiting belief stands in their way to progress.

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It is my secret 

4Shame over their sexual abuse often causes victims to keep the story of what has happened to themselves. this limiting-belief that it is better to keep it a secret, hinders the healing process.

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