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How comforting it is to know how God sees me. He sees the me who exists where truth and healing overcome all the lies and hurt.

Read my new article here:
http://www.thehealingsearch.org/he-sees-me/
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I read this article today about what rapists look for when choosing a victim.
http://ow.ly/yYib30bGD70
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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month; I thought it would be fitting to end it by sharing some of my story with all of you and why it’s so important to me to share my journey.
http://ow.ly/fdYa30biudR
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These Fears: "When I started writing this post I thought the problem was with me feeling responsible for my abuser. A responsibility where if he does anything wrong or hurts another person the responsibility for it would fall on me for not finding a way to keep others safe from him. I did not view these anxieties I was having about him getting off of probation as worrying about things I could not control, but viewed the end of probation as a loss of safety not just for me but for all of society"
http://ow.ly/AI8e30aVRxT
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To get a sneak peek on the blog posts I've been working on sign up for In Search Of Healing news letter. http://ow.ly/IgGX30asUBi
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This Is Just 1 Thing

Have you ever been in a place where there is so much going on in your mind you don’t even know how to put it into words? I feel like that’s where I am right now. This Is Just 1 Thing Occupying My Mind Right Now I’ve been having horrible dreams about my…
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Quite often we think if we sweep something under the rug it will go away. All those things we sweep under the rug eventually pile-up, and we end up with a lumpy, bumpy rug which we trip over whenever we walk across it. Sometimes it's best to address situations when we come across them, instead of sweeping it under the rug. http://ow.ly/qBQ4307ffQu
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Quite often we think if we sweep something under the rug it will go away. All those things we sweep under the rug eventually pile-up, and we end up with a lumpy, bumpy rug which we trip over whenever we walk across it. Sometimes it's best to address situations when we come across them, instead of sweeping it under the rug. http://ow.ly/qBQ4307ffQu
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