Why read

Because you want too. I don’t really care why you read, I only care why I write. But if it helps you, cool. Leave a comment.

I’m a survivor of incest – mother daughter incest. Not often talked about. Not surprised – I don’t even really want to talk about it. But it’s better, out there, not in my head. So I will vent it. And maybe you will have something to relate. If not, I’m no more alone than I was before.

Holla.

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6 thoughts on “Why read

  1. Hi,

    Well I found you early in your blogging experience. I’ve been blogging for almost two years. I know a number of mother-daughter sexual abuse survivors online and through blogs. I have a resource page for mdsa survivors, here it is if you like to check it out:

    http://kate1975.wordpress.com/2009/08/02/mother-daughter-sexual-abuse-links/

    I’ll be stopping by again and hope that if you have the time you can check out my blog and some of the other blogs by mdsa survivors listed on my resource page.

    Good and healing thoughts to you.

    Kate

  2. Hi. My mom sexually abused me, too. I mentioned it once in therapy but it’s been fueling nasty panic attacks and I think I’m ready to start dealing with it now. I’m not even sure where to start.

    Now that you put it out there how are you feeling?

    Lisa

    • I’m feeling better. To be honest when I started this blog I had all sorts of things to say. The minute I put this little bit out there I felt the pressure valve release immediately. I don’t know if there IS a good place to start.

      • I’m glad you felt some relief. This morning I wrote a little about my mom’s abuse as I’m trying to work it all out. My nasty panic attacks have stopped for the time being since I first wrote something about it on my blog a few days ago. That’s a good sign? I don’t know.

        Please keep writing and sharing and venting.

        Lisa

  3. Hey, I’m atria: a fellow survivor of mother-daughter sexual abuse. I’ve found your blog through a resource page on a blogroll contact of mine. May I say how comforting it is to have found your blog here- may we all feel one less alone as fellow survivors.

    If you don’t mind, I’d like to add you to my blogroll and keep up with reading your posts. My blog was started recently, too- this January 2011. It can be found through visiting http://www.butterflyclosures.com or referencing the hyperlink in my name.

    You won’t be alone in your journey here.

    Take good care and stay strong,
    atria

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