One Lesson Learned From Being An Abused Child

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I have an excellent memory. I remember not only events and interesting details, but I can usually recall the thoughts I had at the time. I spent all of my childhood years being abused by someone in my family, or a friend of the family.

I am the exception, not the norm when it comes to processing the psychology of abused children…

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Lover of all the creative arts, but don't you dare pigeonhole me!

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