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I’m the Support Person to a Sexual Abuse Survivor and This Is What Its Like.

I’m the Support Person to a Sexual Abuse Survivor and This Is What Its Like.

WARNING – STRONG LANGUAGE AND POSSIBLE TRIGGERS.

I’m the husband of a childhood sexual abuse survivor . I am the support, the clean up crew. But…

“My wife is my hero.”

I take all of my cues from her. She doesn’t know it, but I do. We’ve only been married for 5 years (this year) but we’ve crammed what feels like 20 years of life in there somehow. We started dating when we were 23/24 (which explains a LOT. One thing that slaps me in the face over and OVER throughout life is that you are never as old or as mature as you might like to think you were, so when you think about some of the things that we try to guilt ourselves into thinking we should have accomplished by [insert age here] NO WONDER it was so fucking hard!) Somewhere in that 5 years I went from worrying about what EVERYONE thinks of me (I’m…

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About Sue Cass

I am a follower of Jesus Christ and an abuse survivor. I am the founder & C.E.O. of Elah Ministries, Inc. A non-profit 501c3 ministry that offers hope, healing, and deliverance to hurting souls. I have seen the Grace of God work mightily in both individual lives (mine included) and through the support groups I have led. Elah Ministries, Inc. is supported strictly by donations and the proceeds from the sale of my books. My prayer is that all hurting souls may find God's freedom through His Grace, mercy, and healing. I have also penned six published books, both fiction and non-fiction, hoping to enlighten, uplift, and entertain in a way that honors my Heavenly Father and draws my readers closer to our Lord Jesus Christ. May God bless you with His peace, hope, love, and joy as you follow Jesus Christ.

2 responses »

  1. Powerful, Sue. I don’t remember reading anything comparable.

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    • It is powerful although I could do w/out the bad language but I guess that makes it “real.” I started not to reblog but it is a powerful testimony. Thanks for reading and as always, your support.

      Reply

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