What happens when we trust others more than ourselves

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It’s common knowledge among abuse survivors that having been a victim of abuse in childhood, very often means we endure more of the same as adults. But why is that?

Is it that we look for familiarity, perhaps subconsciously?

Self help, neuropsychology, small business and marketing. An Elective Orphan and abuse survivor. https://bit.ly/highlights-email

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Sarah Kat

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Self help, neuropsychology, small business and marketing. An Elective Orphan and abuse survivor. https://bit.ly/highlights-email

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