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1in6 Thursday: The Power of Retaking our Stories

February 12, 2015 | BY 1in6org | FILED UNDER JHF BLOG >
By reclaiming my story, I had the power to select my narrative. No longer was I allowing others to define me, instead I was defining myself.
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My Moment. And My Life-Long Journey

December 30, 2014 | BY Maile Zambuto | FILED UNDER JHF BLOG >
Every day I heal in grand and small ways. My journey continues. And I know I am not alone in my pursuit.
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1in6 Thursday: The Time Traveler

A week ago, I received the most amazing gift. I was offered the chance to travel back in time, by participating in a week-long camp for young boys that have experienced abuse.
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1in6 Thursday: The Long Road to Healing

Pope Francis made some significant pronouncements this week about confronting a culture that allowed sexual abuse to run rampant in the Church. I and billions of Catholics and non-Catholics alike will “wait and see” if he actually seizes the opportunity to create a safer world for kids in a meaningful way.
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1in6 Thursday: Degrees of Child Abuse?

More and more often it seems we are reading news about adult females “having sex” with teenage boys.
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1in6 Thursday: Learning and Healing...Part 1,029

Growth and healing can be painful, but also immensely rewarding. I know my life will have many ups and downs, but as long as I keep listening and learning I know I will find a lot of happiness along the way.
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1in6 Thursday: Triggers and Healing

A trigger is something that sets off a memory tape or flashback, transporting the person back to the event of his/her original trauma.
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Telling Is Healing

The best part is that means healing begins.
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1in6 Thursday: Living Can Be Much More than Just Surviving

"I don’t want to just survive…I want to live."
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1in6 Thursday: Recovery - The Never Ending Story

December 19, 2013 | BY 1in6org | FILED UNDER JHF BLOG >
I’m one of those people whose desk has countless stacks of things I want to get to tomorrow, next week….or someday. There are also all the little objects that I need to put away or file. I guess it represents just how messy life can be and that we always have undone things in life.As I began to clear away the rubble, it got me thinking about life, healing and purpose.
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