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Let's Talk Trauma: Why Do Some People Doubt Their Own Experience of Childhood Trauma?

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Even though I could remember many aspects of my own childhood sexual abuse, there were some memories I couldn’t access for a long time.

Because I felt I couldn’t objectively “prove” it in a court of law, and because my abusers denied it, I doubted my own memories.

Then, after years of trauma recovery, I “remembered” some of the most traumatic details of the abuse. It wasn’t so much that I had completely forgotten them, it was more like I refused to let myself “go there” for so long that it got locked away in my subconscious mind.

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