In light of the recent media coverage related to Jerry Sandusky, the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center and MaleSurvivor would like to remind members of the media about normal behaviors that are common for survivors of sexual abuse:. Keeping victim names private protects victims from further re-victimization that can occur when they lose control of their very personal and painful story or when members of their community or the public at large blame, question, disbelieve or harass them. Survivors of sexual assault are most often the only people who can identify the sex offenders in any community, and they need to trust that their privacy will be respected in order to do so. We appreciate the understanding and cooperation of journalists and bloggers in protecting the identity and privacy of all survivors of sexual assault. These emotions cause that response.
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Recognizing common symptoms of childhood sexual abuse can help parents, caregivers, teachers, social workers, counselors and childcare staff alert the appropriate authorities and take proper steps to protect the welfare and safety of our children. It is far too often that I hear stories of adults, who fail to recognize that something is wrong with their child and attribute concerning changes in their kids behavior to temperament, age or other misguided explanations. Because of this, I want to take a quick look at 11 common psychiatric symptoms experienced by victims of childhood sexual abuse but please keep in mind that this is not a diagnostic guide or a substitute for professional consultation. I have tried to clump together common symptoms that bring people both children and adults to the therapy office due to past history of childhood sexual abuse but this is by no means a comprehensive list and any of those symptoms taken separately may have other etiologies. Depending on the age, specific nature of the sexual trauma and the temperament and coping skills of each person, the clinical presentation may look differently.
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We also share research studies conducted by reputable researchers and institutions throughout the country. Measuring the scope, impact, and prevalence of sexual assault, harassment, and abuse can be difficult. No single source of data provides a full picture. These large data collections are complemented by smaller-scale studies conducted by researchers affiliated with institutions throughout the country. They can offer additional insight and information on the scope of sexual assault.
Everyone has quirks and eccentricities. Little things that drive you crazy when you are in a relationship with them. But if you are dating someone who has a history of being abused, these quirks can be much more serious and drastic.