Abuse

Abuse

What issues do I work with

  • Very many who come to me have experienced various forms of abuse.
  • I work mostly with establishing a good sexuality by experienced abuse.
  • While not seeking direct help for abuse and the trauma that can be associated with assault, this could be natural to talk about the assault as part of the process.
  • Sexual abuse destroys your sexuality. This can be to yourself but also to your partner.
  • Painful feelings related to sexual abuse in childhood and in adulthood. sexual abuse When sexual abuse is detected (this can be very difficult if you notice that your child has been abused
  • When memories of the abuse comes to the surface Trauma Treatment related to counseling and body awareness.
  • Have you committed or thinking of committing abuses against some Fovalte thoughts about sexuality related to children.
  • Forvalning a pedophile orientation.
  • Incest

Abuses

In our culture, we learn that sexuality is private, and ideally we learn that children have the right to develop their sexuality in peace for the needs of adults. Once about every four children experience sexual abuse, this is an expression of lack of socialization and cultivation of sexuality. Children who are invaded by adult sexual needs in a development where they have not yet established sexuality on their own terms, learn to adjust emotionally to satisfy the needs of others for their own. They learn bad to set limits on what the others can afford, and they learn to tolerate being in situations where new violations occur. People who are exposed to unwanted sexual acts, often feel that they themselves are to blame. Many people think if they could have done something different to prevent the assault. This is part of the process of trying to understand what happened and why. To understand why someone abuses other is very difficult, especially because they perform criminal acts against others that most of us would never even made. Abuse is always gripper guilt. Sometimes the body can show signs of desire, even during an assault. Many feel guilty about this, and feel betrayed by his own body. This can make you feel accomplice in the assault, or that one is not worthy of help afterwards. It is important to remember that your body reacts so because it is used to respond to touch, and because the body is made in a way that allows touching of certain body parts associated with positive feeling of pleasure. Older people who abuse children, often use this to manipulate the child into believing that it is an accomplice in the assault. That feeling of wanting or bodily reactions occur, does not mean saying yes to an assault.