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Abuse Of The Minor Part 2

Level Of Functionality

The situation has to make sense, it has to function or not function. It either does or does not function. In addition to the key points addressed in the first part of the paper, there is also one additional determinate factor, the level of functionality, it must either function or it does not.

When the fault is yours, when the situation occurs, and it’s your fault, or you are the cause of it, then you have a tendency to blame yourself, you internalize the situation, internalize the hurt, you have a tendency to lay blame, and think that it was your  fault, but it wasn’t, even if what you did caused the original error, you do not hare to live with the fault. The hurt, that you feel, felt, or found in your existence does not have to occur, and thus happen.

The individual in the situation, has a tendency to think that they committed the hurt, the error, the fault, and if they committed the fault, then they have to live with it, but that simply isn’t the situation. You do however internalize, the situation and you do either function, or dysfunction, depending on how you view, strive, or choose to live with it.

The hurt is similar to the following scenario. Falling into a table and having the table saw fall unto your arm, and then have it keep rotating. You learn to function, or rather dysfunction with the hurt, you think, I am the one that was  in the situation, I was the one in charge, the table saw fell into my arm, therefore it was my fault, so I must live with this. It’s an inhuman way to live, and no one should, or would enable, or ineligible, you to live like that. The situation or hurt, may have been your fault, but does that mean you have to continue to live that way?  The hurt does not have to be there, no one should ask you, or expect you to live with a rotating chain, or table saw in your arm. That level of functionality, or rather, lack of functionality does not have to be there.

This is the release, I am advising you, and making a friendly mention that hurt, that situation, does not have to be there. That table saw, does not have to keep resolving. In your arm, the original situation was your, hurt, you felt that you had created the situation, or the hurt. That hurt does not have to continue. You are now released. I have released you from this captivity from, whence you are being held.

~GmB Bailey
Social/Psychology
Researcher

August 17, 2013 Posted by | Abuse, Children, Gang Stalking | , , , | Leave a comment

Running towards Freedom

The Cutest Story, picking up a neighbors kid

So there is a political figure and I won’t say who, he is a Montreal style politician, even though, he’s recently in Ottawa. He’s recently in office, so he does the cutest thing, he has his neighbours kids staying over, and the kids are so excited to stay over, he goes to pick up the little girl, and they live within a heir’s breath from each other, and so she is like at home, and she’s about to have a bath, and she thinks she can have a bath next door, so she streaks, and I do mean streaks, to the next door neighbours, house in her birthday suit, and she shrieks, running, runing, towards, freedom, it’s the cutest thing ever, it’s like back to a previous time, you know, when things were more innocent, Oh I wish I could live in such times, and in such moments. Anyways it was the cutest thing.

So then he recalls the whole situation, and he thinking hope the young lady wasn’t caught on the CCTV cameras, cause what must they be thinking, and he’s like at least next time, use a bath robe or something, but he’s got this cute french accent, and it was just one of those moments, the cutest thing, where innocence can survive, I think the young girl is about 10 or so about now,

So it’s just a cute moment, and I remember it cause, let’s just say a little frequency told me, it’s cute, and then all the other children, were calling in a way to tell tales of their best streaking stories, and I think it must have been nations streaking day, but I don’t want to be boring, but should streaking still be eligible.

Back in the day you could, but in today society, a young man called in, and they honestly wanted to put him into social services for his streaking, but he explained you know, his mom’s not there, and the one thing he could do for her is the streaking, the one thing he could do to show he was going to have fun, to live, even if she could not, was the streaking, he did it, and it was funny, but then they thought he was odd, I think it would have been odd to not be streaking, so what do you think/

Anyways, it’s nice to see that innocence, innocence is what we are working towards, and it can still exist, or that it can still exist.

 

*The child either said running towards hope, or freedom, I think the child was using the line from the movie the village.

August 17, 2013 Posted by | Children | , | Leave a comment

Abuse Of The Minor

Abuse of the minor

Affects males and females of the society

Throws them off their life courses

Leaves physical scars and emotional scars at a cellular level

Loss of Power and control are a part of what happens

-Some become further victims, acting out and reaping the experiences over and over again. Experiences of victimization become ever present in these outcomes. Some go on to become abusers themselves, seeking to exploit and abuse others around them, specifically those they see as vulnerable or more powerless.

-The same is true in some cases of rape.

Acting out becomes a part of the victimized persons outlook. Acting out is true for both men and women. Some act out by going inside of themselves, but what seems or appears to be prevalent in society is that most act out in extremely sexualized manners.

To understand how to start to fix the problems, one has to understand the physiological aspects as well as the psychological aspects.

Dealing with issues of exploitation

When you are raped, sexually molested, or exploited a variety of things happen. You become off balance, you lose your power and control. You emotionally suffer, but that suffering often shows up externally in acting out behaviours, and is therefore masked and hidden. The individual unknown to them, might also deal with the abuse, by gravitating towards other abusive situations or experiences.

Acting Out

The individual starts to seek out acting out situations, situation that allow them to continue to be in the incorrect situations, and have the incorrect things happen. If left unchecked, or unaware, the individual will continue to see out such situations and conditions. This often results in what society views as self destructive and abusive behaviours. (Eg. Calling the person a slut, whore, etc. If they are acting out. If they turn to drugs to mask issues of loss of power and control, the same thing can happen. It’s even worst when these situations happen to underage, or minor children, because society is not currently set up or geared, to deal with adult like acting out behaviours in underage or minor children.)
The other part of acting out that is hard to understand is that the victim at times might form an intimate bond with the abuser, this is the hardest part to understand, and this in and of itself might be one of the hardest things to understand, until the person is truly free, there might be an unexplainable connection that stays between victim, and abuser.

Once acting out behaviours begin to happen, society might start to view the victimized as the problem, and not really be abel to appreciate or understand, what the victimized person is going through, or experiencing. When a person is abused, sexually molested, raped, etc, we would prefer to not see the individuals in such conditions again, that is why it often does not make sense to society, that a person would go on to see out such conditions, again, and again and again, and we are thus more geared to blame the victim, than to understand them, or what they are experiencing and going through.

The other part of the acting out behaviours that is barely if ever understood is the part where the person then goes on to become an abuser, child molester, or even rapist themselves. This part of acting out is also not understood, and can be very difficult for most people in society to come to terms with. Most times when someone is exploited or abused, we would rather not see them take on the characteristic of their abusers, or rapists, but if left unchecked, that is what can too often happen.

Reclaiming the situation

Once a person becomes aware of what’s happened to them, they need a safe format, a forum where they can discuss what’s happened to them in peace and security. Too often you have been in the incorrect situation for such a long time, it can be hard or difficult to recognize or appreciate when the correct situation happens. Recognizing that you are in fact acting out, that you have lost power & control of your situations is one of the first stages of recovery necessary for the healing process to begin.

This is what then needs to happen, the person needs to be in the correct situation long enough, to feel safe and comfortable for the healing process to begin. Once this is achieved, you can then express or address what’s happened to you. You can delve into your acting out behaviours and start to understand why they came about.

Connecting with the abuse

Connecting with the abuse will happen on a multifaceted level. It will happen, emotionally, spiritually, physically, and even psychologically.
What needs to happen once you make a connection with this awareness, with these situations, or events that have happened in your life is that you then need to say this is what happened to me, this is honestly what was done to me, and this is honestly what I needed to do to survive. I didn’t want this to happen to me, when I was in the situation and this is what was happening to me, this is what I wanted, this is what I needed to happen. An emotional connection should be made with the past, or with the situation that still ongoing. Try to reconnect to the moment where the power and control was lost, and then a reclaiming of the moment or moments can happen or occur.

Acting Out In Safety

The person needs a chance to act out in safety. They need to act out in a non judgmental manner. This can be hard for those around the abused person to understand, especially if the abused is a child. The person needs safe conditions where they can experience their acting behaviours.

The person will first seek out conditions that give them a chance to become the wrong sort of person and do the wrong sort of thing, or conditions that allow them to become the incorrect sort of person, and do the incorrect sort of thing. They actually appear to be hungering for more of the same abusive, or exploitation experience. After a time if the person is able to act out successfully they might eventually seek out correct situations, and the chance to become the correct person, or a chance to become the right person and to the correct thing. What should be acknowledge is that while the person is acting out and allowing themselves to be exploited, they are also in many cases crying out for help, and a desire to be in control again, a desire to find balance. To be released from the captivity from whence they are being help.
Once a person is able to act out in the correct way, they might be abel to learn to take back the control, power, and balance that was lost. Recovery might actually be abel to happen. The hunger for being exploited, the pain can then be reincorporated back into the person. The pain and suffering is actualized, and the experience of what happened during the rape, sexual molestation, is understood.

Power and Control

Power and control can then be regained because the person is back in control of the situation or experience that eventually removed them from their outcomes, that made them lose power, control, and balance in the first place.

Recovery

After this stage, if power and control can come back into the persons life, then a form of recovery happens. A regaining of person and self. The person comes back into their being, and they are abel to recover. The hurt, pain, and suffering is reintegrated back into the soul. Crying of the soul can be heard at this stage as well.

Healing

Healing also happens at this stage and then the person is released from the captivity from whence they are being held. They are then truly free at this stage, and then finally further healing can finally happen.

Balance

The balance that was lost as you though that the world was a safe place, a fair place, or that someone would be trying to come and help you can then be restored. Often times our balance is lost, because we think that the world is a safe place, a fair place and if we were going to be raped, molested, exploited, or abused, someone would come to our aid, to our rescue, when this does not happen your balance is lost, in some cases, for others it’s a type or form of dying that happens, and for some it is never recovered. Once the balance is restored the person can then try to take back control of their lives, that’s part of the healing that can happen.

Part of the recovery might also include removal of some or all of the abusers from the persons life. The person is also less likely to be acting out of control, and is less likely to become an abuser, or intimate or initiate future situations of abuse.

~GmB Bailey
Social/Psychology
Researcher

August 17, 2013 Posted by | Abuse, Gang Stalking | , , , , | 7 Comments