Shame can be an incredibly difficult thing to talk about. Unfortunately, it’s something we, as survivors, experience so deeply and the impact is far reaching.
In today’s episode, I talk about a source of shame that is rarely talked about. Though it is incredibly common and important to address on this healing journey.
I also share a bit of my own story and how we can release this shame.
Remember, you are not alone, and together we heal. ❤️
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- Shame is a deeply impactful aspect of healing from childhood sexual trauma, often leading to feelings of unworthiness and self-blame.
- Multiple perpetrators in cases of childhood sexual trauma reinforce shame and self-blame, making survivors believe it is their fault.
- Conversations about the experience of having multiple perpetrators are essential to challenge and release shame.
- The pattern of multiple perpetrators can occur in various scenarios, such as abuse by family members, acquaintances, or even in cases of sex trafficking.
- Healing from the shame associated with multiple perpetrators requires recognizing that it was never the survivor's fault and working through the layers of trauma to connect with their true self and worthiness.
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