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The ways that children are disregarded are so typical in fact that it’s hard to believe there isn’t a script being followed by these manipulative and abusive family members.
And the mystery behind why we are so surprised to find so many others who feel the way we have felt is explained by the way we are so successfully groomed to accept and keep the family secrets, “respect” our parents and all their decisions and behaviours as “right” and not question or discover that there could be an explanation for our depressions, low self esteem and other mental health issues.
He was physically, emotionally, and sexually abusing me from a young age, but no one cared to protect me or find that out, they just didn’t want to hear what I had to say.
It upset the denial and repression of the incest family.
There were things said all along about me by my family that discredited me long before I ever exposed any of the truth about what had been going on in my childhood.
Get yours here in the upper right side bar or click this link~ Emerging from Broken The Beginning of Hope for Emotional Healing I love your insights in this article Darlene, there is so much I can relate to.I resisted thinking that I might have been “the black sheep” because to me it was an admission of the rejection that I had always felt; rejection that I was terrified to acknowledge.I tried for most of my young years to comply but even that didn’t keep me safe and the feeling that I was “not loved” was always lingering close by.We live in a society where “majority rules”; it is commonly accepted that if the majority agree that the abuse and dysfunction never happened but was in fact “all in the victims’ warped mind” through that grid of understanding, the majority in a dysfunctional family system is conveniently right.There is a twofold result when this happens; I questioned my own memories and therefore I questioned the truth itself.