Mirror Mirror ~ Pitch A Fit

Introspection — what better way to start a week.

Question: Does my body belong to me or is it more of a public space?

Coming through childhood sexual trauma wreaks havoc on our own personal space. We have none.

If children grow up in such an environment, what do you suppose happens in later years when someone attempts something sexual?

These children do not suddenly have an awareness of space, and they do not understand that they have the right and responsiblity to say no.

The lessons these children learned early on are deeply imbedded. They assumed that the space their body inhabits is public property where trespassing is allowed or even encouraged.

On the threshold of hope, diane mandt langberg, phd

Published by Gracedxoxo

I have the courage to tell my story to help others embrace theirs.

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: