Surviving Childhood Sexual Abuse: It’s Time To Speak Up

With incredible candor, Steph shares her experience of dealing with having been raped by her father from ages 2 through 4. She is using her fierce and powerful strength to fight back.

Steph Mignon

Horizonhawaii

When I was 22-years old, I came out of hiding. I stepped out of the darkness of the sexual abuse victim’s closet, and into the light.  I can’t say I haven’t looked back, because with something like childhood sexual abuse it’s impossible not to, but I can say my future has been a lot brighter because of my willingness to tell the truth.

With people like Josh Duggar and Jared from Subway in the news recently, the newest string of celebrity sexual predators, I’ve decided there’s no better time than the present to keep telling my story. With a 16-month old daughter, and possibly another baby on the way, the times is NOW. There are other people like me who need my strength. There are other people like me, and, frankly, I need their strength too.

I remember the night I first told someone. It was my best friend. We…

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  1. You have been so brave. xxx

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    • Thank you…we have all had our challenges…some survive, some don’t, and those of us who have hung on this far need to come together and support one another in our struggle xo

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