“I HAVE a RIGHT to TALK ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED to ME” | AFFIRMATIONS | for a SEXUAL ABUSE SURVIVOR | PT 36Read Now
“Today I nurture my child-within and listen to her feelings about being ignored and unprotected. I affirm her right to tell what happened and allow her to express her feelings about that. I hold her gently in my heart as she does this very difficult and courageous work.”
Thank you again for visiting Reality in Balance as we come together for “I Have a Right to Talk About What Happened to Me” from this multiple part series on Affirmations for a Sexual Abuse Survivor Part 36.
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As I was abused I learned that what had occurred to me was not OK and that, if I’d talked about it, I would cause more pain. I may have been manipulated, threatened, or coerced by my abuser about the effects of telling what happened.
Perhaps no one was there to help me when I was abused. Maybe I did try to tell those around me, and I was either ignored or not taken seriously. Because I was a small child, I may have been easily convinced that telling someone or to ask for help was pointless, and not being taken seriously nor protected was “normal.”
Today I now know that I had the right as a child to talk about what happened to me. I should have been protected from further abuse, and I had a right to experience comfort and receive nurturing after the abuse took place.
No matter where you are right now on your journey as a sexual abuse survivor, remember that there is more to you than what the eye may perceive of the self at this time. You are aSurvivor-Stay in action on your healing journey every day and meditate on these concepts,“I Have a Right to Talk About What Happened to Me.”
Visualize the Affirmation, see it in color or as shaded black and white, however, the mind perceives it, allow for the current response to form naturally. Listen to yourself without judgment and begin to frequently journal this process as you transition the mind to higher knowledge of yourself.
Your Reality in Balance begins at the very moment as the work is placed forth by your intent to grow and change for the betterment of self, aiding in the improvement of mankind!
“On the Path”, by Nancy W.
Shaw Nee Janelle