♡Affirmations | for a Sexual Abuse Survivor
“Each time that I feel fear, I will own it, feel as much as I can, and then do whatever is necessary to walk through it. I will affirm my courage and my commitment to life as I do this.”
Thank you again for visiting my Blog Page as we come together for “I CAN WALK THROUGH MY FEAR” from this multiple part series on Affirmations | for a Sexual Abuse Survivor | Part 18.
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If you haven’t yet reviewed Part 1 of this series, please do so by clicking on the links below inside of the description box. The length of this series, which is set for 52 weeks is for you to become more familiar with your strengths and weaknesses as a sexual abuse survivor.
We encourage everyone to go at their own pace & to know that the doors will always remain open for questions as a community or individually towards your healing.
Disclaimer: If you are currently being sexually violated in any way please inform an adult at this time immediately. For your discretion, there are 24/7 Hotlines available for questions or aid here @https://www.rainn.org/, or please also check with your local county for other resources and advice for your safety.
KNOW THE STATISTICS @
Respect others' boundaries.
Ask for consent.
Intervene when someone's in trouble.
Notice the warning signs of abuse and speak up.
Nurture myself and others
Let’s Begin with the Affirmation for Week 18!
Harnessing fear from past trauma may be painful for me to talk about as a sexual abuse survivor. At times, it can manifest as anxiety & quickly escalate to a form of isolation. Well, it came to a point where I became physically sick and tired of all the imbalanced normalcy in life surrounding it.
Tragic emotions trapped within my child-self remained, & today I give aid, at last, to express them. Fear doesn't have to cripple me, stealing my freedom. Each time that I feel defeated by fear, I can mow over it with an authoritative will to begin toheal fearlessly. In this way, I am diffusing the power of my offender(s).
I can express that I will no longer feel restricted in life due to the trauma of sexual abuse, nor will I participate in the denial. I will feel the fear of anxiety, take action, & move on throughout my days in light of it. My child-within no longer needs to hold onto sexual abuse as a personal terror! I will continue to heal so that we can both live in the present moments and walk through the depths of them.