SNAP is thrilled to support the Spotlight Movie.
We strongly encourage everyone to see it and to talk about it with their family, friends, loved ones, and communities. While it has been an emotional experience for many, overwhelmingly we hear from survivors who feel empowered and motivated to advocate for others. We have been receiving so much feedback we wanted to create a place to share it with the SNAP community.
How do you feel about the film? Were you surprised by anything in the film? From your perspective, did it resonate with your experience? Would you go see it again and who would you take with you? Please leave your comments below.
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See my video interview at ydr.com. Search word sexual abuse
Why is this relevant? Because you actually believe that a normal person would do that to you? Please, please don’t tell me you believe that. Please don’t make that argument with me.
© 2017 Thomas Murphy
That means that Christianity is really preached by the COMPLETELY PARANOID!
Traumatize every young child that finds it easy to learn because you are paranoid they will catch on to you!
Copyright 2016 Thomas Paul Murphy
As a survivor finding your voice after the crimes committed against your body, soul and mind is difficult. A victim who can’t speak up needs support from the community to feel safe enough to stand up and speak. You have to understand the priests made it clear what happens when you tell. As a small child I watched as they proved to me many times what they would do to people that talked. Those who remain quiet do so because they are surviving with the unthinkable demons of past injustice. The are Not guilty only the perpetrators are and one day they will pay for their crimes when they stand before the God they pretended to serve. Just wanted to add a little wisdom to your thoughts.