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~ The greatest lack in this world is compassion and care ~

~ The greatest lack in this world is compassion and care ~
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Thursday, 27 November 2014

Documentary - The Unspeakable Crime Rape

A statistic is given - every 6 minutes someone is raped in Britain - what if every minute 6 women are raped and even more. Where are these statistics from?

This is a very emotive and comprehensive documentary that addresses the complexity of investigation and the procedure that takes place. In Manchester, rape is being taken seriously. It has now become necessary to urgently implement an educational tool that educates people of all ages with a focus on preventative measures by creating awareness.

Another documentary. The Unspeakable Crime Rape

If the court process is a detrimental experience to the victim of rape, this contributes to prolonging healing and often people will use coping strategies. There are an alarming amount of rapes taking place every day in this land alone and a great percentage are not reported too. So when people hurting and sexually violated, they might be susceptible to drinking to block out their thoughts and feelings - habitually becoming an addiction.

Rape victims might develop eating disorders too..

The voice that is silenced does not heal so easily and yet there are women  who have had such experiences and worse, who were fortunate to find loving partners.and healthy love. 

There is support in our world and enough people to stay rape is not acceptable under any circumstances and by whoever this is done by. If a society of people and every member of the jury is not with this mindset, how can the make the right decision. Ruling in favour of a rapist might one day pay the way of more lawyers fees to prosecute perjury when officials decide to do putting the victim again in the position of raking up their pain again.

It is brave for any victim of rape to go to court...but a great many people will never get justice. A great many people who have been raped believe they are not worthy of real love and in this, a vast amount of people are finding themselves in a cycle of loveless situations that is repeating the rape experience over and over again/ The healing need goes deep...

At least in the last decade the silence is being broken and people are eager to assist healing too...The people who are motivated to work in this area might have had experiences they can relate to or just that it is their calling to assist healing and ensure that people are not going to be silenced any more.

Men women and children are vulnerable to rape. No one is safe. In a society that consented rape happens every day in millions of peoples homes, perhaps people are not prepared to face the truth of what is happening and will not speak out because of feeling shame. Silence is not an option.

The healing need in our world is in many different areas.

Peace be with you
Pauline Maria

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