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Re: Intelligence and bonding in childhood abuse cases rnny

Posted by BabyToes on April 24, 2010, at 12:08:46

In reply to Re: Intelligence and bonding in childhood abuse cases, posted by rnny on April 24, 2010, at 0:01:38

I am sorry to hear about your abusive childhood, it reminds me of mine somewhat. I too took the path of resistance, I hid from my abuser all the time when I could. But to me, that is using your intelligence because you are still alive. You did what you had to in order to survive and making it not as bad is something astonishing to me. (not everyone even would know how to do that, like my brother) I guess that is what I am getting at.




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