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Category Archives: Childhood Sexual Abuse

Self-Check on our own Health (Part 1)

Have you done a self-check on your own emotional health recently?  This is the first “self-check” in a 3 part series … In my last blog I stated that it can be prosperous to strive for a healthy relationship and preposterous to seek a normal relationship. Since striving for a healthy relationship must begin with […]

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What is a normal marriage anyway?

I thought I had a normal marriage. My wife and I had normal children, normal celebrations, normal habits, normal communication, normal sex, and normal arguments. Then, ten years into our marriage, my wife disclosed her childhood sexual abuse (CSA). Her disclosure was a defining moment in our marriage. Once we got into some counseling, we […]

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Three Insights From My Counselor

As the husband of a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, I’ve gone back to a counselor at different stages of my journey. Because of multiple situations converging in my life, I’ve been seeing a counselor in the Milwaukee area in recent months. I’m passing along to you some of the principles he has been working […]

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