Tag Archive: SurvivorSpeak

CSA Survivor Story – 13

When I read posts in CSAA, I feel lucky that I have not been subject to the gruesome molestation that some of my blog sisters have been through. After all, nobody has lured… Continue reading

CSA Survivor Story – 12.

This is very difficult for me. But I really want to share my experience and help you draw pointers on how to be careful and how you can really ensure your child’s safety.… Continue reading

CSA Survivor Story – 11.

This is the story of a bright young man, Kartik, who studied in country’s best engineering colleges, pursued all his passions – photography, film making, singing, odyssey in villages – in fact he… Continue reading

CSA Survivor Story – 10.

A Post from http://aquarianlady.wordpress.com/2009/07/28/the-trauma-of-molestation/ The Trauma of Molestation. Lately, I have been thinking of this issue a lot more than earlier. Not that I have had a fresh experience to trigger the thought… Continue reading

CSA Survivor Story – 9.

In the year 1964-65, I and my parents were staying at Safderjung Enclave, New Delhi in a Government accommodation allotted to my Father. He was working as a Civil Engineer with CPWD. I… Continue reading

CSA Survivor Story – 8.

A post from http://taleofthetwistedangel.wordpress.com/2010/05/06/scarred-survivor/ She ran to her room. She knew it was time to hide.  She knew he wouldn’t leave her if he got to her. She always avoided staying home when… Continue reading

To Sum it up -5

Here are links to some blog posts from bloggers which were published long back but  relevant to CSA. I fervently believed that I had sinned in my earlier birth for these bad things… Continue reading

To Sum it up – 4.

As children, we should learn to tell our parents about anything that doesn’t seem as normal as we’d think. I think parents should strive to develop a rapport with their children so that… Continue reading

CSA Survivor Story – 7.

She must have been 6 years old then. The family had moved to a new city as a result of her father’s transfer. And he must have been her father’s age. Being among… Continue reading

To Sum it up – 3

Sheetal pulled at her uncle’s hand as she watched her favorite cartoon channel. He was sitting on the bed, a few feet away from the TV, and holding her as she stood between… Continue reading