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Lessons from the 2014 National Sexual Assault Conference

Gratitude

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A note of gratitude to the supporters of 1in6

Let’s Go Swimming!

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Experiencing childhood sexual abuse can have an effect on future relationships, and one or both partners may feel like they are drowning. But that doesn’t have to be the case.

Employee Wellness for the 1in6 Men

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Learn why employee wellness is a practice we can’t afford to ignore.

Living the Void

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Writer and survivor Randy Ellison found the strength to heal by finding his faith.

Growing Community of Musician-Advocates Support Men

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One blue string out of six on a guitar. What could the musician mean?

Including Men in Campus Outreach

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1in6 Intern and Student Activist Savannah Badalich discusses why it’s important to support male survivors on campus.

The Long Road to Healing

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Will the Catholic Church seize the opportunity to create a safer world for kids?

Degrees of Child Abuse?

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One way to help survivors heal? Stop quantifying abuse.

Hope Wins! An Ancient Lesson About Overcoming Fear

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How can we learn to nurture hope over fear?

Men Opting In and Speaking Up

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Three male senators disclose their experiences of childhood sexual abuse.

Question: “ARE WE THERE YET?” Answer: “WE ARE ON OUR WAY.”

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On the progress we’ve made serving male survivors and debunking the myths of childhood sexual abuse.

Telling the Family

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A survivor recalls the experience of telling his family about his childhood abuse.

On Healing: Break Down Your Walls

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It still amazes Randy Ellison how much strength and peace can come from letting go.

Mending Fences: On Restoring Boundaries After Abuse

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It can be difficult to maintain safe boundaries while on the path of healing. Here are a few insights from Peter Pollard of 1in6.org.

Why Do I Have to Talk About My Abuse?

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At a seminar titled “When Someone You Love Was Abused,” Cecil Murphey discovers profound answers to brave questions.