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Sharing – I’m Open About My Depression—But Not Completely

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As I have written before, being an advocate online for me means writing, sharing information and insights, interacting with other survivors, etc. but sometimes I just can’t. Not because I’ve lost interest or don’t want to do it, but because I’m just tired of the pushback. I’m tired of having stories about male victims challenged or dismissed, tired of people in the mental health space telling me that everyone should just do what worked for them, tired of dealing with other people’s definitions of what healing looks like, or how long it should take, and on and on.

It’s all stigma, it’s all the stigma that I want to fight against, but some days it’s just exhausting. So I’d rather not talk about it.… Read More

Sharing – Sexual violence against boys is far more common than we think

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These are the stories we don’t hear about often enough, and that leaves a whole lot of victims out on their own when it comes to finding support.

“What do you think you know about boys and sexual violence? I thought I knew that boys are victims only rarely, and I automatically equated “child sexual abuse” with adults preying on kids. But I was wrong on both counts.… Read More

Shared Links (weekly) Feb. 21, 2021

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The Confess Project: How barber shops support mental health

‘Why Does Being Told to Stay Positive Piss Me Off So Much?’

Changing the Conversation About Suicide in the Black Community

It’s Not Just You: The Pandemic Has Made Social Anxiety So Much Worse

How to Create an Antidepressant Home

Boys, too, are victims of sexual violence

The Power Of A Good Friendship

Victims and survivors of sexual abuse being reminded they are not alone… Read More

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