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Chapter 198

Put that in writing


Chapter 198 Put that in writing

A recent engagement with the Royal Commission set me down this pathway of looking at some aspects of trauma in regards our engagement and common understandings of a trauma informed discussion.

You are a traumatised person, you are a survivor of childhood abuse in religious institutions - how often have you heard from those in positions of contact or authority say to you "Put that in writing"

How do you respond? Do you know what is being asked of you?

What is being asked of you is for you to go back unassisted to delve into the insanity or your abuse and to draw from that a cogent understandable literary piece in a language that you are not skilled in and is not suitable in describing the effects of childhood trauma. Being asked to do this has become so entrenched in government systems that it unwillingly re traumatises those of us that have been abused.

What should happen in those circumstances. You local politician or police if they are genuine will assist you in the difficult task that they are asking you to engage in.

The current use of the words "Put it in writing" is not appropriate and only serves to block the transfer of any further information in regard to the real issue.

When you hear them pushing you back into your abuse without forewarning or support it can only be said that they are not trauma informed and are not being helpful.

At the time of my discussion I fell back on my own inadequacies which stem from my abuse as an 8 year old which interrupted my education which effectively silences when it comes to putting it in writing. I figured that in that way I am no different to the hundreds of thousands of children that were sent to Catholic schools where they endured what can today be described as an insane environment that exposed children to a way above average risk of sexual abuse by people in authority.

When you consider the use of authority and how deep that runs in our system it is not unthinkable to think that the Royal Commission has not yet been given the opportunity to hear of perspectives like this as they do not meet with the insanity of the teachings of the Catholic Church.

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John Brown is the developer, author and publisher of Trauma in Religion a theory that describes the origin of the human rights abuses the Catholic Church inflicts on Catholic children. His interests include human rights for all Australians that should act as a clear boundary for all institutions regardless of an individuals thoughts on their favorite supreme being, gods, demons or spirits engaging in secular Australian communities; trauma and recovery and the crimes, criminal and psychological behaviours of the fearful bonded Catholics. John blogs erratically here on his personal experiences on a range of topics that interest him where he speaks when he has success or failures with professionals and has learned of the need for trauma informed and evidence based professional care. This experience has added to his interest that go on to include the many abuses of the continuing criminal cover up on his FAQyMe Gene blog and will shortly release his first FAQyMe podcast with Paul Levey on Paul's recent experience with mental health first aid. I like to be able to inform people of things that bring benefit and can relieve the psychological suffering that many Catholic children still suffer from daily as well many now elderly adults are confused as the truth of the criminal activity is exposed.

I found it was good advice with regard to recovery from trauma to explore your attachments and/or other relationship vulnerabilities and safely with evidence based trauma informed specialists or you can privately Learn the Science of Healthy Attachment Relationships in a safe, low cost self timed manner.

I researched the nerve growth factor found in the Lion's Mane fungi and take a daily capsule as a supplement. I have gained benefit from that .

I find the brain chemical, brain disease and medication model to be a flawed monster and the medication regime to be abhorrent and inhumane with a strong taint of cooperation with the covering up of child rape and other crimes.

I was fortunate enough to have obtained the services of Dr Julian Lim when he was working in Toowoomba but unfortunately we lost connection for a while. Reconnecting with an experienced and well qualified trauma informed evidence based professional make him the safest and the most knowledgeable I have engaged with and this has been transformational for me. Dr Lim has my full and confident recommendation. Dr Julian Lim

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