Links Page/Resources for Survivors

I just wanted to post my Links Page with resources links, to the blog, in case someone didn’t know what my links page was or what was on it. All the resources pages I have posted to the blog are listed there as a main resource page.  I am adding new resource pages often, so check back and see what I am doing. Here it is :

Please be safe when visiting any links and reading any of them. They may be triggering.

Notice: This blog is a healing blog by a survivor of child sexual abuse. This blog does not include specific details about child sexual abuse, fiction or non-fiction, nor do I post any links on my resource pages that do.

Healing from Child Sexual Abuse

Grounding/Coping Skills

Self-Soothe/Comfort Skills

For Partners and Supporters of Survivors

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Dissociative Identity Disorder

Holiday Coping

Bloggers’ Resource Pages

Emotional Abuse

Covert Sexual Abuse

Infant Sexual Abuse

Child Neglect

Bullying

Mother Daughter Sexual Abuse

Male Survivors

Female Sexual Offenders

Sibling Sexual Abuse

Ritual Abuse

Clergy Abuse

Human Trafficking

Rape/Sexual Assault

Male Rape/Sexual Assault

Therapist Abuse

Domestic Violence

Emotions and Self-Esteem

Boundaries Skills

Online Conflicts

Body Image

Self-Injury/Self-Harm

Eating Disorders

Clutter Issues

Dental Issues for Survivors

Alternative Healing

Art Therapy and Creative Healing

Creative Healing Blogs and Postings

Art Therapy and Creative Healing Projects

Crafts for Comfort

Crafts

Crafts for Littles Projects

Fun Links for Littles

Self-Injury/Self-Harm Resources

“The study of self-injury makes clear that the mind and the body are inextricably linked, each feeding from the other’s nourishment or starving from the other’s neglect. The body is, indeed, the temple of the soul. Cutters are living proof that when the body is ravaged, the soul cries out. And when the soul is trampled upon, the body bleeds.”

~ Marilee Strong, A Bright Red Scream.

“Self-injury is one way that survivors make their emotional pain visible.”

~ Donna Rafenello, Can’t Touch My Soul.

Just a note to anyone who comes here to this page:

I do not personally deal with self-injury or self-harm issues. However many of my online survivor friends over the years have and do deal with them. So it was my wish to create a healing resource page on this topic. I have never been a member of the few online support communities that I posted towards the bottom of this page, so I cannot recommend them from any personal experience. If there is anything that you think I should add or delete to this list, please let me know.

Survivor Resource Pages (Forty pages of resources, non-profit organizations, articles, and healing support for survivors of child sexual abuse, rape, sexual assault, domestic violence, and dealing with the aftermath of child sexual abuse.)

Links to Grounding/Coping Skills

Links to Self-Soothe/Comfort Skills

Coping Skills

Coping Skills We Can All Use

Things to Try to Keep Yourself Safe

Self Soothing

Frequently Asked Questions

alt.support.self-harm’s FAQ

Can’t Shout, Can’t Scream

Bill of Rights for People Who Self-Harm

Ways to Help Yourself Right Now

What to Do When You Feel Like Hurting Yourself

Understanding Why You Self-Harm

Learning to Live Without Self-Harm

Self-Help Orgainized and Otherwise

You Are Not the Only One

Reducing and Stopping Self-Harm

Relapsing

Disclosing Self-Injury: Tips for Rape and Sexual Abuse Survivors

Self Injury

Self-Injury

Living with Self-Injury

Male SI: A Personal Perspective

Healing Self-Injury

Newsletter: The Cutting Edge

American Self-Harm Information Clearinghouse

Self-Injury.net

Scar-Tissue.net

Scar-Tissue.net Links

Psyke.org Self-Injury Information and Support

Kharre’s Home

The Site.org’s Self-Harm: Recovery, Advice, and Support

Online Community:  Psyke.org

Online Community: Safe Haven

Online Community: Equilibrium

Online Community: Scar-Tissue

Online Community: Written on the Body

Online Community: Recover Your Life.com