Coping With Anger As an Adult Survivor of Childhood Abuse

Coping With Anger As an Adult Survivor of Childhood Abuse   Childhood abuse of any kind creates trauma that can include side effects, many of which don’t magically go away, even when you grow up. However, while trauma is responsible for multiple side effects,...

3 Forms of Financial Child Abuse

What is Financial Child Abuse?  To put it simply, financial child abuse is when someone intentionally exploits a child’s finances for their own economic gain. Unlike physical abuse, financial abuse is often invisible. It can be hard for people, especially children, to...

Banishing Guilt and Shame from Childhood Abuse

Banishing Guilt and Shame from Childhood Abuse   Childhood. The very word conjures up images of carefree innocence, joy, optimism, and wonder. Childhood is a time of security when we’re protected and loved. Sadly, the reality for many children is in stark...

Dealing with Anxiety from Childhood Abuse

Dealing with Anxiety from Childhood Abuse   It’s not always easy or even possible to leave things in the past. If you’re an adult who’s experienced childhood abuse, you know that sometimes, even when you’ve done your best to move on, you may find the past abuse...