Surviving Childhood Sexual Abuse

It has been estimated that 20-40 percent of girls and 2-9 percent of boys are sexually abused by the time they reach eighteen.

Childhood sexual abuse may hinder the development and growth of relationships and survivors may experience difficulties with trust, fear of intimacy, difficulties with affection, fear of being different orweird, difficulty establishing interpersonal boundaries, passive behaviors, and getting involved in abusive relationships. sexualizing relationships, inappropriate seduction, compulsive sexual behavior, promiscuity, problems concerning desire, arousal, and orgasm, flashbacks, difficulties with touch, and sadistic/masochistic tendencies.

There is hope for healing!

If you or anyone you know has been abused, please join me for this important show.

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