Survivors of Incest Anonymous
Coming Home Phone Line
for Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse
The SIA Coming Home Phone Line is a free phone conference line for
meetings and workshops for survivors of incest and childhood sexual abuse.
No predators are allowed.
For all meetings, call 1.712.432.8808
access code 742247#
For details on meeting times see just open the app or go to our website.
Newcomers: before participating in a meeting
Please read the 12 Guidelines for Safe Sharing
under the tab at the left of this page. Thanks.
Some topics we may talk about:
Relationship to codependency
Relationship to inner hole that needs to be filled,
Self Abandonment, Ways/Forms & Reasons we experience
Why abuse survivors experience abandonment responses
Types: overt, covert, mental/physical/emotional/sexual/spiritual/ritual
SELF ABUSE RELATED (abuse we do to ourselves)
Abuse done to us by others & relationship to self-abuse
definitions & types of abuse survivors do themselves (mental, emotional, sexual, physical, spiritual)
Unmanageability issues as a result of abuse: (body image issues, compulsions,
Abuse has nothing to do with us
Acceptance--the process of acceptance, some of its challenges and issues as they relate to:
Acceptance of abuse & its effects
Acceptance of powerlessness
Acceptance of need to surrender
Acceptance of good in each of us
Acceptance of the process of healing
Acting Out/Forms of Unmanageability
Types & Reasons for
Body image views, physical issues, Compulsions, emotional unmanageability, relationship challenges/reenactments, perpetrator issues/responses, safety issues, self-care difficulties, sexuality difficulties, spiritual challenges, trust issues,
Addiction Types & Forms
Relationship of Addiction to maintenance of victim/false/inauthentic self abuse responses
All or Nothing/Black or White Thinking
Common Types for Abuse Survivors
Relationship to maintenance of victim/false/inauthentic self abuse responses
Are amends necessary?
Is forgiveness essential to abuse healing processes
Self-amends versus other amends
Purposes/Rationales for amends process
Relationship of Anger to other emotional states (fear, grief, depression)
Types of Anger
Two Basic Types of victim/false self/inauthentic responses: Anger anorexics versus Rageaholics
Working with Anger
Why expressing anger and returning it to source is important
Challenges that underlie anger/cannot be dealt with until anger is owned
Role of in meetings & recovery partner/sponsor/group workshop work
Approval Seeking Inventory
Relationship of approval seeking to maintenance of victim/false self
Sanities to keep in mind in dealing with approval seeking responses from a healthy survivor/true self perspective
Answers Lie Inside Us
Attachment to Outcomes
What is healthy versus unhealthy self-autonomy
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