S3XUAL ABUSE AND THE REMEDY - Benedicth Rosemary



The rising cases of s3xual abuse perpetrated against women and girls is a serious cause for concern.

A facebook user Benedicth Rosemary who is also a writer and poet has taken to her wall to address the issue of s3xual abuse, its consequences and remedy.

According to her, s3xual abuse comes with depression, low self esteem and shame and a victim of s3xual abuse needs to go for counseling and medical advice, remain strong and believe God to make her overcome the trauma.

Read what she wrote below:


S3XUAL ABUSE



S3xual abuse is any s3xual activity that is undesired by one participant but forced on them.

S3xual abuse is one of the hardest thing anyone can ever deal with. It comes with depression, low self esteem and shame. 

For sure there will be days that you will wonder if life really worth it. In most cases you feel like you are alone in a world where no one can reach you. 

The shame and fear that often surrounds abuse often butforces us to hide in the shadows. living with the secrets its indeed hard to do deal with. 

You don't have to allow the horrible feelings swallow you up. You still have a beautiful life to live, and the world awaits your manifestation. 

Effects of child s3xual abuse include shame and self-blame, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, self-esteem issues, s3xual dysfunction, chronic pelvic pain , addiction , self-injury , suicidal ideation, borderline personality disorder, and propensity to re-victimization in adulthood.

Child s3xual abuse is a risk factor for attempting suicide. Much of the harm caused to victims becomes apparent years after the abuse happens.

S3xual abuse misinforms us about our true identity and value, but recovering is the restoration of our true selves.

REMEDY

1. Acknowledging the fact of the abuse and its impacts.

2. Experiencing and releasing some of the feelings associated with the trauma that typically has remained unexpressed.

3. Exploring a range of feelings towards the abuser/s and non-protective parents, siblings or caretakers; and

4. Making cognitive reassessments of the abuse (i.e. why it happened, who was responsible etc).

5. Go for counseling and medical advice.

6. Remain strong and believe God to make you overcome the trauma and keep being an Amazon!

I know its hard to let the memories go but with God you can overcome all things.




THINK POSITIVE, STAY POSITIVE!
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