by Christina Enevoldsen I started talking about my childhood sexual abuse when I was in my early twenties. I only told a few people that it was my father who abused me, but there was a common response: “Have you
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"... savoring every bit of it as it reveals more and more of the feelings I've had for a long time...The questions at the end of the chapters help me to put into words the feelings I've never been able to share with anyone."
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I started to move in the direction of healing without even knowing that’s what I was doing. I started thinking about it and talking about it and feeling it, but then I was bombarded with all kinds of messages that told me I wasn’t doing it right. 'I needed to forgive, I needed to stop thinking about the past, I needed to accept responsibility for my part…' Just like my body knows what to do to heal itself from wounds, so does my soul. The challenge was listening to it instead of the invalidating advice. ”