Invisible Illness
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Forgiving Families After Abuse

Sometimes our anger goes beyond the perpetrator.

When I revealed to my family that the only male cousin, nephew, and grandchild had sexually abused me, it wasn’t received well. He was everyone’s favorite — the special baby boy — and I took him away from my family by detailing the abuse. While only one dared to call me a liar, everyone else was extremely hushed. Their complete…

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H. M. Johnson

H. M. Johnson

I write about various topics and occasionally share wisdom I’ve earned through suffering.

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