Today’s word: Rejection.
To me the deepest pain in life is all born out of rejection. What makes incest so ugly is that it is family. Family is supposed to care, nurture, protect, and love. Those words are so far from rejection.
What is abuse?
- use (something) to bad effect or for a bad purpose; misuse.
- treat (a person or an animal) with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly.
- the improper use of something.
Childhood crimes fall squarely into these definitions.
Taking both of these words into account then, a child is at a great disadvantage moving into life after childhood maltreatment.
Adults who align themselves with the ideology of using children for sexual pleasure, have rejection as their life base. They have dismissed the idea that children are to be protected and loved. They have also pushed away the affections of those adults that should love them.
We give what we have in our souls. Unless you are walking in denial, abuse leaves rejection as your base.
These are life lessons that I had to learn to start walking out a life of fredom. In peace I began to learn that my childhood was racked and riddled with rejection. There was no basis of love in my home. No homes of incest truly celebrate love. That is a fact.