Resources

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

Blog Carnival Against Child Abuse Archive

Blog Carnival Against Child Abuse Submission Form

Grounding/Coping Skills

Self-Soothe/Comfort Skills

Resources: Suicide Hotlines

Privilege: White Privilege, etc.

Mother Daughter Sexual Abuse

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Dissociative Identity Disorder

For Partners and Supporters of Survivors

Holiday Coping

Bloggers’ Resource Pages

Male Survivors

Emotional Abuse

Covert Sexual Abuse

Infant Sexual Abuse

Child Neglect

Female Sexual Offenders

Sibling Sexual Abuse

Ritual Abuse

Clergy Abuse

Human Trafficking

Rape/Sexual Assault

Male Rape/Sexual Assault

Therapist Abuse

Domestic Violence

Stalking Resources

Bullying

Emotions and Self-Esteem

Boundaries Skills

Online Conflicts

Body Image

Self-Injury/Self-Harm

Eating Disorders

Skin Picking/Dermatillomania

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

8 thoughts on “Resources

  1. Hi,
    This is my first visit to your blog. I’m really enjoying all the helpful resources and especially the way you have it all organized. I’ve been wondering what DID is. I haven’t been diagnosed with it. But I’ve been reading blogs by people who have it and some of their experiences sound very much like my own.
    Thank you!

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  2. Kate, thank you for these resources for survivors of abuse. Though you do not include sharing icons, I plan to share the page. Your About page is wonderful. I agree with you that we are all loved, understood, valued and not alone. Bless you.

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  3. Kate, thank you for this tremendous resource. I am finding myself swimming in the quotes–yes! I am healing from dissociative amnesia as well as some very painful therapy (ugh) and am daylighting my process here: http://www.thesandbox.life If you think it’s a good enough resource (blog roll or resources lists) I would appreciate it if you could list it. Thanks again for your site and your consideration!

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    • Hi,

      You are welcome. 🙂

      I will try to spend some time there and read. It might take some time to do that. I usually only add blogs to my blogroll, with comment sections and postings. I also am hesitant to add personal blogs or personal websites as a resource, because over time they are deleted sooner and more often by the owner. With as many resource pages as I have I don’t usually get back to checking on every link often and I dislike having a lot of broken links and I especially dislike finding resource links only to discover they are almost all inoperative. I hope that doesn’t discourage you. I would like to get to know you better, if you want to comment here, I would really like that.

      Do you blog, do you comment on other survivor blogs? Those are also great ways to reach out for yourself and to offer yourself and your perspective to others.

      Good and healing thoughts to you.

      Kate

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