In this week’s 1in6 blog, the sage words of Cecil Murphey explore the possible cause of delayed traumatic vivid memory. For many survivors, the memory of unwanted sexual experiences do not come forward for years, even decades.
In this week’s blog, Peter Pollard, Communications & Professional Relations Director makes an important point about human resilience and the capacity to cope. More importantly he reminds us that, “our most critical task as supporters is to assure that adequate tools … are available and easily accessible to all, without judgment”.
In this week’s blog, Patti Giggans, Executive Director of Peace Over Violence reminds us to examine our language and it’s underlying messages, especially messages that further create barriers to healing for male survivors. “Get Over It, Is a myth, not a methodology. Let’s put it to rest once and for all.”
In this week’s blog by author Cecil Murphey our efforts in healing are validated. We are reminded to boldly allow failure to be a part of our process and to respond to those missteps positively, creating opportunity for growth and healing.