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Check out this article about the Fifty Shades of Grey phenomena, including a list of organizations which strongly oppose this sick trend, and have implemented various means of helping women who have been sexually victimized.

 

Were you raised by a narcissist? Chances are you were if you suffered any form of childhood abuse. The Little Red Survivor website is filled with excellent articles examining the many faces of narcissism.

 

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Kate Is Rising has an excellent Survivors Resources page which directs you to numerous websites dealing with issues of abuse, healing and recovery. Please bear in mind that the information on these pages may be triggering.

 

 

There's lots of good stuff at the Dissociation Blog Showcase, including a list of 180 blogs dealing with some aspect of this disorder. 

 

 

On the Overcoming Sexual Abuse site there's an article entitled, "It's Not About You Mom" which I could have written myself. I bet many of my readers could say the same!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sunday
Feb142010

Jump Rope Chants, Revised

(What some little girls would chant if the truth could be told:)

1. 

Three, six, nine

you took what’s mine,

I bore your weight on my little girl’s spine.

My hymen broke

I just about choked.

You can forget about Heaven

after you’ve been poked:

my mother told me

if I was good-y

that she would buy me

a rubber dolly

my stepdad told her

he loved me only

now she won’t buy me

a rubber dolly.

2.

Not last night

but the night before,

my abuser came to my bedroom door.

He brought no ice-cream

He brought no cake,

He left me crying with a belly-ache . . .

Mama, Mama, I feel sick,

Call the doctor quick, quick quick!

Doctor, Doctor, will I die?

Close your eyes and multiply . . .

3.

Mother, Mother, I am ill,

Call for the doctor over the hill.

In came the doctor

In came the nurse

In came the lady with the alligator purse.

“Measles,” said the doctor,

“Mumps,” said the nurse.

“Sexual abuse!” cried the lady with the alligator purse.