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Incest & The Fabricated Childhood Family Fairytale Of Denial

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Lance Scurv

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Look, I understand that this is not an easy thing to deal with and it can appear that the best way to deal with it is to not acknowledge it at all.

But the wounds of the heart cannot be dealt with if one never acknowledges that they exist in the first place and this is why we have so many individuals who actually hold on to the toxicity that they aren't at fault for creating all because of that secret monster in the family that cared not for their loved one in a decent righteous manner.

So now we have the reactionary personal issues that cause us to deal in our present life in a very dysfunctional way because of what we were to afraid to declare to our families because we possibly didn't want to be labeled as the trouble maker or the one to burst the illusion of the picture perfect family that everyone thought you all were.

While every situation is different, the feelings that it imposes on an incest victim will usually be the same.

The sense of guilt, shame, suicidal thoughts, violation, outbursts of anger and depression are simply a few of the symptoms that one will feel in a very intense manner if not dealt with in a professional manner.

Little girls and little boys whose trust in a relative has been broken will usually feel that it is their fault when they look back on what happened and many times turn their anger in on themselves by self medicating to get away from the pain of what happened or acting out on someone else who is helpless the acts that were inflicted on them which only further causes a ripple effect of pain to another innocent victim.

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