I Wasn’t Suppose to Remember (survivor poetry)

This poem by a child abuse survivor really had an impact on me, so much so that I later blogged about repressed memories.

I Wasn’t Suppose to Remember.

Dissociation and how it affects memory

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5 thoughts on “I Wasn’t Suppose to Remember (survivor poetry)

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  5. I’m the author of this poem. Thanks for sharing it. I’m glad that I could help you and you can relate. It means a lot to know that I’m not alone in this and another person can understand how I feel. I hope you will heal someday and instead of victims we will be survivors.

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