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DSC00495 Self Sabotage

Many women experience a sense of drowning; as if the mere need to adhere to and maintain obligations simply become too much. Women can develop patterns of self sabotage without being aware that they have internalized shame and blame. Women may carry a sense of ownership of their assault; resulting in punishing themselves – rather than the perpetrator being brought to justice.
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Life After Sexual Assault
Many women experience a sense of drowning; as if the mere need to adhere to and maintain obligations simply become too much. Women can develop patterns of self sabotage without being aware that they have internalized shame and blame. Women may carry a sense of ownership of their assault; resulting in punishing themselves – rather than the perpetrator being brought to justice.