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Healing sexual abuse is what this blog is about with a global initiative, education and advocacy, and healing sexual abuse tools…

This blog is for a world class action lawsuit to take shape against the Roman Catholic Church resulting in stricter laws worldwide in secular arenas, for education on sexual abuse for people to learn how to heal, heal, to help others not feel alone in their own miseries of going through the pain, teach them the effects of sexual abuse, give insight on how to begin to heal, and how and where to attain therapy. This blog is also for others to share their healing process and learn from others ideas of healing in what they have tried and failed at in the healing process, also to explain the history and ill-social developments of sexual abuse in the secular world-religious areas-family trees of the world teaching the importance of reporting sexual abuse and changing our world for the better so our children of the future do not have to experience this social and family killing disease that does damage for generations. This blog is also for inspiration, hope, platonic love, spirituality, motivation, as well as a guide in the healing process among holding accountability and forgiveness.  It’s for advocacy.

I became inspired to do this blog as I am in the middle of a stubborn, but now successful attempt of therapy through advocacy and education at the age of 39 years old that I began at the age of 16 reluctantly in shame and hate for myself…. I am now 40 coming out of another couple of trainwrecks that sexual abuse does to a human being. My therapy stuttered and grew to me being able to tell the whole story in 2007-2008 to the Archdiocese of Saint Louis with major help from SNAP. I was molested by a police officer at the age of eleven in the basement of a Catholic church as a boy scout with my Lutheran school boy scout troop and two other troops. I never talked about it until I was molested at the age of 15 by a trusted lay person within the Catholic church and it was part of the head of the Archdiocese of Saint Louis with Cardinals visiting from the Vatican time to time. I was drugged and raped with a memory loss drug because I detested the advances and did not allow this trusted person to make advances and questioned him as to why he would make advances as I unknowingly didn’t understand he was child grooming me for more advances. When I refused him he backed off and pretended to act right, then drugged me and raped me at age 16 causing damages that I sort through to this day. I started this blog to tell my story to help me heal and others heal, document my progress of  healing, help others heal and encourage them to tell their story to get past the pain into a healthy life, and better this world to have an ultimate goal of stopping a murderous social and family disease in our world that does destroy and corrupt generations of families. Stopping sexual abuse through acknowledgment, education, reporting, advocacy, law, understanding the signs and red flags, forgiveness, and healing. NO SECRETS IS THE KEY

4 Comments leave one →
  1. 01/13/2012 5:47 pm

    This is a courageous and vital movement to further break down society’s denial and lack of help to victims of child sexual abuse. Victims require action. Perpetrators only need you to look away. We each have to make that choice. Will we help the victim or the perpetrator? The choice is ours. You’re on one side or the other.

  2. 01/16/2011 10:56 pm

    I admire your courage to tell your story here. you are helping break the silence that is so prominent with survivors of sexual abuse. Your sharing will reach others, thank you for this blog!

    • 01/17/2011 3:40 am

      You are welcome and I hope it does reach out to help… Pass it on

    • 06/10/2011 5:43 pm

      I added some video…. pass my blog around as much as you can and the link to this video so we can help others heal and bring accountability to stop the sexual abuse…

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