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This is why it is possible to feel relatively unaffected by sexual abuse only to have post-traumatic reactions emerge later when sexual abuse memories start emerging. Most often, people can look back after remembering sexual abuse, and recognize ways in which they had been affected by the abuse without having been aware of it at the time. this is not to say, by any means, that those who remember their sexual abuse are mistaken just that memory is complicated and sometimes unreliable. the hardest part about being a survivor and not remembering the trauma not remembering has huge perks, namely that i dont have to think about shit thats so painful that it could actually break my brain. But the biggest downside is the sense of mistrust that it can cause within myself. The reality is that most people who are victims of childhood sexual abuse remember all or part of what happened to them. Also true is the fact that thousands of people see a psychologist every day and are helped to deal with such things as issues of personal adjustment, depression, substance abuse and problems in relationships. , of sexual abuse), but not realizing thats whats happening, not even realizing that one is remembering anything, and thus not seeing any connection between ones current experience and an event or events in ones past. Remembering sexual abuse may enable us to acknowledge abuse more fully and to direct our healing efforts more efficiently. Survivors often remember abuse when they are ready to and no sooner. Robin, an incest survivor, began to recall her abuse when she stronger, more assertive, and secure in her life. Remembering sexual abuse memories which were previously suppressed may arise under many different circumstances, but three factors are usually present 1) the survivor has distanced themselves from the original abuse, either by time or geography or some other means. do you suspect you may have been the victim of sexual abuse? Sexual abuse is one of the most traumatic events a person can experience. Victims of traumatic events commonly repress the memory of the event. Memory repression is a coping mechanism that allows the person to survive mentally, emotionally and physically. Posted by louise behiel in louise behiel, sexual abuse 1,532 comments. Over many years of working with survivors of childhood abuse, in all of its many permutations and combinations, ive come to believe that there is a constellation of symptoms or behaviors in adults which suggest they might have been abused as children.