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How to Make it Through the Constant Grief of Abuse

Navigating the ever-present grief of ambiguous loss in the case of childhood abuse

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The grief of childhood abuse is never-ending. Even if we find ourselves outside of the abusive webs we grew up in, grief is with us every step of the way. Usually, it’s this separation that lets grief come in waves. We’ve survived so much.




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Alexandria L.

Alexandria L.

Mental health advocate, writer, & researcher. I write about approaches to holistic healing. Top writer in This Happened to Me.

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