Dont Hit My Mama: Overcoming the Effects of Childhood Domestic Violence
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I cannot love their father. My wife was abused. We mace been married 30 years. She has always had pelvic pain.
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Head, neck and back pain. So many trips to the ER. She has depression, anxiety, mood swings. She had had two affairs. At 48 she has had a hysterectomy, gallbladder removal and a triple cardiac bypass. Those nightmares seemed to get worse with age. I was sexually abused for years by my older brother, not to metion by my moms so boyfriends.
Then she married one. The abuse was like a compatision between my step dad and brother, I have not learned to cope. I got busted for drugs recenty and have been an alcoholic all of my life, I will soon go to a drug treatment center where i hope to get some help for both. I have bad allergies thyroid problems, arthrities and no telling what else at this point. I only hope I can gain self-esteem, respect for myself, love myself, and learn how to not self-destruct.
Abusing drugs is increasing my anxiety.
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I do feel much better when I write down my feelings of anger ,betrayal,.. Thank you. Excellent article. Thank you for the scenarios, to help us to think through how we might respond in situations. My wife was molested as a child also. She is now 39 years old. She was diagnosed with IBS, rheumatoid arthritis, low iron, low vitamin D, ulcers, stones in gall bladder which was removed, and also has symptoms of fibromyalgia, as well she has anger issues, anxiety, and depression… What must she do to heal from her child abuse.
She has been in counseling for her abuse. This was about 10 years ago. She cpuld bare the pain of all her symptoms but as of lately they have been too much to bear. She will be gettinan ultrasound soon to see if she has a bleeding ulcer since she has been coughing up brown stuff.
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Anyways what would be the best options for her? I was horribly abused and tortured as an infant and child. I overcame so much of the abuse several years ago.. Best of luck to all…prayer does help. I am a survivor of long-term sexual abuse who became a psychotherapist in the long process of learning and healing which continues ever onward.
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I believe strongly in the power of our own expression of our truth to heal our body-mind-spirit, and scientific research confirms this is so. In recent months, I have taken time out from my private practice and have written every week with an Amherst Method writing group for 1 weekly two-hour session. As the research of James Pennebaker has shown, this has been powerfully effective. My chronic joint pain and all the symptoms associated with my long-term thyroid disorder have disappeared. When our body-mind can express its pain and shame and truth directly, our bodies can stop having to do all the work indirectly for us.
May we all heal and help others to learn along with us. We have within us what we need to become well. Buried within, we have the capacity to live fully as whole and joyful beings. Thank you so much! For years I have struggled and still struggling with the emotions attached to my childhood and multiple forms of abuse I suffered. I have gone so many years just not thinking. About it. I was molested the first time by my fathers half bother at 5 years old. I have so many feelings of shame ,fear anxiety. And I know why I found this article after googling long term effects of child molestation just looking for a clue as to why I am always feeling fear and anxiety jus.
Therapy, time, and my spiritual practices have helped me thrive. I now have an autoimmune disease and Fibromyalgia. NOT a coincidence-. Start with what feels right. Take stress management classes. Learn self care. Take a class in writing or journaling. If you are a natural writer, start writing it all down. Perhaps some group work for adult survivors?
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There is support out there in major cities and some nuggets of support in smaller communities too. Choose to change your approach and decide to make progress towards feeling whole again. Take along some peace and love for your healing journey that I send. Thus far the only relief I have found is to self medicate; not so good but to have some sense of normal this is what I do. I would prefer finding other methods but do not know where to start. Boy did this article hit home and it is right on the money. I never knew my x husb was abused until during our divorce process. The last 6 yrs his anxiety skyrocketed, and major depression kicked in, many gasto problems, compulsiveness, reckless, addictive behavior, mixing of many meds, and a lot of rage.
Finally culminated in an affair which caused too much damage to the marriage. Only found out recently about his severe sexual abuse as a child lasting at least a year. This article is so true. I have fibromyalgia, depression, diabetes, heart disease, insomnia, anxiety,and an unexpressed feeling of constant rage.
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I was abused as a child from age 5 to age One of my two sisters suffered the same fate before my family moved to another state. We share the same health problems. I plan to see a counselor now. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. No part of this website or publication may be reproduced, stored, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the copyright holder.
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