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This is a discussion on Newbie here...Anyone of u ever experienced childhood abuse and unable to move on? within the ENTP Forum- The Visionaries forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Without going into details*, the abuse to which I was subjected is not generally recognised as such - and is ...

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    Without going into details*, the abuse to which I was subjected is not generally recognised as such - and is actually encouraged by the medical profession.**
    I've seen psychological/psychiatric professionals
    (before and after my doomed, thirty-odd-years-too-late, attempt to bring my parents and any associated medical stuff to justice - which was scuppered by both the CPS and by my sibling, who witheld evidence which undoubtedly still existed, all the while claiming I had either fantasized the whole thing or was making an issue out of a non-issue: this despite his having been subjected to the same treatment as me)
    and not only were they unhelpful, but as I was passed from one "professional" to another, I discovered time and time again that they had not recorded/conveyed the details of the abuse, but rather (in their communications amongst themselves) sought to portray me as having a personality disorder and/or ADD (I have never been formally assessed for either).

    (* I have filtered the details into works of fiction, but I'm not going to publically reveal where these have been published)

    (** Which connects to the second part of the question - how does one move on from something one is reminded of every day?)
    FueledByEvil thanked this post.

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel_Godawful View Post
    (** Which connects to the second part of the question - how does one move on from something one is reminded of every day?)
    Sounds like a trip.

    Recognition, acceptance, forgiveness. (I find forgiveness to be optional)
    Recognition and acceptance are non negotiable if one is to heal.

    I hear what you are saying.
    I have a heart for this. PM if you feel you would like to talk/vent.
    I have lived through more abuse then you can shake a stick at.
    I have no issues speaking on it and helping when and if I can.

    Good luck with your healing my friend.

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    Abusive dad but no I moved on. I fought back as soon as I could and he never raised his hand on me again. Fun fact is that it wasn't him who determined my Enneagram type but a kid from my neighbourhood. They both paid the price for fucking with me big time. I had been fuelled by anger for a long, long time but now I'm grateful for the past events that shaped me as I am today. What doesn't kill you make you stronger.

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkSideOfLight View Post
    fuelled by anger .
    My proper grammar kin!

    ( My wife always calls me out on the single "l")

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    Quote Originally Posted by FueledByEvil View Post
    My proper grammar kin!

    ( My wife always calls me out on the single "l")
    Didn't think about that one before as if I could pay attention to grammar and spelling. Tell your wife that both are correct, I know it's a revolutionary concept. Most of my friends say that Americans can't spell and would molest you verbally for your nickname. I give you a pass for the Evil bit.

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    re: my previous post - when I finally reported it to the police (aware that similar cases had been prosecuted in other countries), another barrier I ran into is that not only the term MSBP is "obsolete" but there is a widespread belief among psychologists et al that it doesn't really exist. (Well, now you have a clue as to what happened...)


     
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