Male CSA Survivor Piece in The Guardian

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There’s been an ongoing debate about the memory of child sexual abuse and whether it would be better to have forgotten entirely and never have remembered after shutting down the initial trauma, compared to processing the experiences through therapy.

The Guardian newspaper ran a Weekend magazine article today about a survivor whose memories had to be recovered by his siblings following an accident, which provides one viewpoint on the subject. You can read that here.

– CBG

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