The Emotional Pain Body, Part 2: 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

1in6 extends our thanks to guest blogger, Dr. Sam Alibrando. Although this post does not speak directly to the experiences of men who had unwanted or abusive sexual interactions in childhood, we felt the information he describes about the concept of “pain body” may be useful for many. For information and resources more specific to… Learn more »

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Researchers estimate that one in six men have been sexually assaulted or abused before age 18. So we were gratified to read this weekend’s Washington Post Outlook section, which exposes the persistent double standard for adult male survivors of teen sexual abuse by a female. These survivors are often mocked, doubted, ignored, or even congratulated. After all, doesn’t… Learn more »

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Celebrating 8 Years of Service: 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

  We at 1in6 invite you join us and some of our original partners in celebrating our 8th Anniversary, today, January 8. In eight short years, 1in6 has established itself as a leading voice engaging individuals and organizations to enhance understanding about the far-reaching consequences of untreated childhood sexual abuse for men and for those who care… Learn more »

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January 2015 Newsletter

January 1, 2015   Dear Friends, Each year the board meets in December to review our progress for the past year and to approve plans for the upcoming year. Last month at our annual meeting we also welcomed two new board members. Both Indrajit and Marshal bring a wealth of experience that ‘fits like a glove’ for the… Learn more »

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Resolve to Support Wellbeing in 2015! 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

Resolution 2015: Well-Being This year, please join us in resolving to help the millions of men around the world who had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences in childhood to live healthier, happier lives. Engaging in any one, or all, of these simple actions will enrich our own lives and communities, as well as theirs. Promote Hope. Healing… Learn more »

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