“Many abused children cling to the hope that growing up will bring escape and freedom.
But the personality formed in the environment of coercive control is not well adapted to adult life.
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In the absence of effective restorative experiences, the reactions to trauma will find expression. As it was, my existence had proven to be nothing more than a nuisance for everyone. Life is cold, like the stone against my palm.” ― Richelle E.
As the child gets older, he will turn the rage in upon himself or act it out on others, else it all will turn into madness.” ― Judith Spencer, tags: abuse, amnesia, child-abuse, childhood-trauma, dissociation, dissociative-amnesia, dissociative-disorders, dissociative-identity-disorder, madness, memory, memory-loss, mental-health, post-traumatic-stress-disorder, posttraumatic-stress-disorder, ptsd, repressing-emotions, repression, ritual-abuse, trauma “The fact is, the man who’d begotten me didn’t want me. I angered my father, brought strife upon my mother, irritated my teachers, and annoyed the other children who were forced to interact with me in school. Goodrich, “Parents who discipline their child by discussing the consequences of their actions produce children who have better moral development , compared to children whose parents use authoritarian methods and punishment.” ― Simon Baron-Cohen, tags: child-abuse, child-trauma, childhood, childhood-abuse, childhood-trauma, childhood-traumas, posttraumatic-stress-disorder, psychologist, psychology, ptsd, recovery, research, resiliency, trauma “Forgiveness is created by the restitution of the abuser; of the wrongdoer.
The survivor is left with fundamental problems in basic trust, autonomy, and initiative.