Ongoing coverage of the pedophile priest crisis in Catholic Church
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Mirror of Old SNAP message board
You can still read the SNAP message board from 2002-2008 at http://snapsurvivorsnetwork.yuku.com/directory although SNAP decomissioned it in 2010 . Link is to the mirror site that remains online after the site has been taken down... love the Internet.
"Research has shown that traumatized individuals respond by using a variety of psychological mechanisms. One of the most common means of dealing with the pain is to try and push it out of awareness. Some label the phenomenon of the process whereby the mind avoids conscious acknowledgment of traumatic experiences asdissociative amnesia. Others use terms such asrepression,dissociative state,traumatic amnesia, psychogenic shock,ormotivated forgetting. Semantics aside, there is near-universal scientific acceptance of the fact that the mind is capable of avoiding conscious recall of traumatic experiences." ALSO
“Repressed memories of abuse is a
legitimate phenomenon and provided a valid basis for the jury to find that the
victim, a child at the time of the assaults, repressed memories of the years of
abuse he suffered at the hands of Paul Shanley, someone who was in a significant
position of authority and trust,” Leone said in a statement….During Shanley’s
trial, the victim tearfully described how the popular priest used to pull him
out of classes and rape him, beginning when he was just 6 years old and
continuing until he was 12.