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Feb-26-2010 11:53printcomments

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The Liberated Black Sheep June 22, 2012 2:33 pm (Pacific time)

Thank you for your bravery in sharing. Please contact me at lifeinanutshell4me@gmail.com Please


Nana Ngobese April 13, 2011 12:04 pm (Pacific time)

You stand TALL amongst many. We're all wounded but others choose to heal so that they can heal others. Thanks Coral for your light....


Coral Anika Theill March 13, 2010 3:39 pm (Pacific time)

Thank you Tim and Bonnie King for your support and for Salem-News.com! Attorney, survivor and blogger, Anne Carolyn Drake, "Navigating Uncharted Waters," connected with me Thursday via email and phone. Thursday night, she wrote and posted an excellent article/blog about my life story. I believe many of you will appreciate reading it. She also quotes and made reference to Tim King. Please read and forward to those you feel would be interested. Click on link published March 12, 2010 http://annecarolinedrake.com/2010/03/12/coral-anika-theill-the-gift-of-healing-is-our-birthright/ "Fourteen years ago, Judge Norblad ordered Kathryn Hall Warner to surrender the infant she was nursing and her two youngest children to her abusive husband V. Martin Warner. During Mr. Warner’s testimony, the judge made a joke and laughed with her husband about the two times Mrs. Warner became pregnant during marital rape."


Paul Lentz March 3, 2010 11:41 pm (Pacific time)

It is a great shame that perpetrators are so often defended by their family/friends. No wonder the poor victims think twice before telling their horror stories. It is also a well known fact that people who have to hide these misdeeds that were committed against them, can not find peace as long as they cannot speak out.


Jess Phillips Jr. February 28, 2010 10:51 am (Pacific time)

Coral, thanks again for sharing your incredible story with us. I hope that those who read this will also read your book Bonshea.


Kristi February 26, 2010 6:08 pm (Pacific time)

Thank you for your courageous story! Speaking out about one's abuse can be the hardest thing--and yet so essential for healing. And yes, many victims suffer secondary wounding when those around them choose to stay in denial. For anyone who's curious about therapist abuse or professional sexual misconduct, check out my blog at www.SurvivingTherapistAbuse.com.

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