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Welcome to SiblingsToo, the podcast about Sibling Sexual Abuse, the hidden taboo, hidden in society and in families. Sibling Sexual Abuse is thought to affect as many as 1 in 5 families. Your Host is Nancy Morris, a psychology researcher and sibling sexual abuse survivor, SiblingsToo creates a voice for sibling sexual abuse and brings research and information to surivors and their families.
 
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On this episode, Nancy is joined by Brad Watts. Brad is a licensed professional counsellor, certified sex offender treatment provider at Hallmark Youthcare. Nancy and Brad have a great discussion about the journey of healing as a family and as individuals after abuse has been discovered. In this episode: The family's journey after the abuse has bee…
 
On this episode Nancy shares an update regarding where she, and the podcast have been over the last few months. Nancy also shares some warning signs regarding sibling interactions and behaviour to be aware of during this time. Would you like to support the #SiblingsToo Podcast --> buymeacoffee.com/siblingstoo 🖥 To connect with #SiblingsToo go to: S…
 
On this episode Nancy shares about an experience she had after leaving a comment on a post of a 'meme' regarding sexual abuse and the effect it has on survivors. Would you like to support the #SiblingsToo Podcast --> buymeacoffee.com/siblingstoo 🖥 To connect with #SiblingsToo go to: Siblingstoo.com 📲 Facebook: fb.com/siblingstoo ➡️ Would you like t…
 
On this episode Nancy is joined by Chris. Chris is a survivor of sibling abuse behaviour and shares her story of how the behaviour has impacted her life, how healing is a work in progress and what the future looks like moving forward. In this episode The terminology surrounding sibling abuse behaviour and its impact Its not always good guy, bad guy…
 
On this episode Nancy has a quick update on the scheduling of the podcast as well as an easy way to support the podcast and the #SiblingsToo project. Nancy would also like to recognize and thank all the people who have shared their story on the website. Thank you for contributing, you are seen, heard and believed! Would you like to support the #Sib…
 
On this episode Nancy talks about what parents need to know about sibling sexual abuse and some of the unfortunate facts that support the current statistics. This episode highlights the importance of being educated about sibling abuse and sibling sexual abuse. In this Episode: The definition of sibling sexual abuse Sibling abuse or violence 2.2 mil…
 
On this episode Nancy looks back over the past couple of months to review what she has learned, expectations for the future as well as an invitation for listeners to join Nancy on the podcast for an interview. Survivors, perpetrators or family members who have experienced SSA play an important role in helping us to get the word out further and let …
 
The #SiblingsToo project exists because it is time for people to be able to share there story and bring light to sibling sexual abuse. On this episode it is time for Nancy to share her story. She shares what she recalls happened years ago, as well as how some of those events may have impacted her life. Nancy also shares what she has come to underst…
 
On this episode (Part 2 of 2) Nancy is joined by Patricia Downing - Integrative Psychotherapist. Nancy and Patricia discuss mindfulness and how it can be used to support individuals. Patricia Downing is a Integrative Psychotherapist and Mindful Practitioner who has worked with therapy clients since 2005 and is accredited by the British Association …
 
On this episode (Part 1 of 2) Nancy is joined by Patricia Downing - Integrative Psychotherapist. Nancy and Patricia discuss therapies and how they can be supportive in exploring sibling sexual abuse and its impact on an individual or a family. Patricia Downing is a Integrative Psychotherapist and Mindful Practitioner who has worked with therapy cli…
 
On this episode Nancy answers some questions she has received regarding #SiblingsToo and sibling sexual abuse. If it is such a predominant issue, why don't we hear about it more? How can i begin the healing process? What can I do to help? 🖥 To connect with #SiblingsToo go to: Siblingstoo.com 📲 Facebook: fb.com/siblingstoo ➡️ Would you like to anony…
 
On this episode Nancy talks about how there have been a number of people who have reached out to ask how they can support the #SiblingsToo project even though they have not been directly effected by sibling sexual abuse. A great way to support is to be a guest on the show or refer someone who you know who will tell their story and allow others to l…
 
On this episode Nancy talks about the importance of the use of our words. The words we use and the story we share determine our life experience. The stories we create with our words are fundamental to our sense of identity which impacts our emotions and behaviours. 🖥 To connect with #SiblingsToo go to: Siblingstoo.com 📲 Facebook: fb.com/siblingstoo…
 
On this episode Nancy talks about the emotions, feelings and thoughts associated with shame that adult survivors of sibling sexual abuse feel and the factors that make those feeling worse. 🖥 To connect with #SiblingsToo go to: Siblingstoo.com 📲 Facebook: fb.com/siblingstoo ➡️ Would you like to anonymously share your story of Sibling Sexual Abuse? C…
 
On this episode Nancy shares about what forgiveness is, what it is not, and some steps you can take to possibly get closer to forgiving those who have done harm or abused you. Forgiveness is not about giving someone a pass, or condoning the behaviour, it is about giving yourself freedom from the emotional pain. 🖥 To connect with #SiblingsToo go to:…
 
On this episode Nancy talks about the importance of how the behaviour of a family contributes to the occurrence of SSA and their response to SSA occurring contributes to the long-term impacts on both victim and perpetrator. There are many family factors that seem to impact the likelihood of SSA occurring. Understanding these factors within your own…
 
This episode does not feature any experts, or people who have had personal experience with sibling sexual abuse. This is a conversation between two members of the #SiblingsToo production team to give you the outsiders perspective and to shine a light on how important raising awareness for this project is. 🖥 To connect with #SiblingsToo go to: Sibli…
 
One of the primary objectives of #SiblingsToo is to normalize the conversation of Sibling Sexual Abuse so that survivors and even perpetrators can come out from the shadows and speak their truth. On this recent media interview Nancy shares about the SiblingsToo project, how important it is to start having this conversation and the impact it can hav…
 
On Part 2 of episode 8 Nancy and Carmen discuss more specifically the laws in relations to Defamation. Carmen Baru is a Civil Litigation Lawyer in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. On part one of this episode Nancy and Carmen discuss the Criminal and Civil Law as it relates to Sibling Sexual Abuse. 🖥 To connect with #SiblingsToo go to: Siblingstoo.com 📲 Fac…
 
Joining Nancy is Carmen Baru, a Civil Litigation Lawyer in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. On Part 1 of this episode Nancy and Carmen discuss the Criminal and Civil Law as it relates to Sibling Sexual Abuse. 🖥 To connect with #SiblingsToo go to: Siblingstoo.com 📲 Facebook: fb.com/siblingstoo ➡️ Would you like to anonymously share your story of Sibling Sex…
 
On this episode, Nancy and Nancy Currie explore the relationship between being an abuse survivor and addictions to substances and processes. They speak about abuse in general, as well as sibling sexual abuse specifically. They also share some updated research and give valuable tools and resources that you can use if you are in need. Nancy Currie is…
 
In this episode Nancy shares some quotes and talks about the themes that she is seeing in the anonymous stories that have been submitted on the Siblingstoo website. This is a unique insight into how the survivors were feeling at the time of the abuse and how they feel now. "I didn't know what was happening..." "I would tell my parents and they woul…
 
Sibling Sexual Abuse is rarely heard of, we do not read about it in the newspaper, hear about it on the radio or hear people talking about it in public. When we begin to talk about something that has been hidden, we can begin to create positive change. In this episode Nancy highlights what happens when we continue to keep subjects like Sibling Sexu…
 
What is the difference between Sibling Sexual Abuse and human curiosity? Is the motivation of both people involved important to take into question? On this episode of #SiblingsToo, Nancy talks about how to define Sibling Sexual Abuse and peels back layers on the many factors that play a role in applying this definition. - - - - - - - - There have b…
 
On this episode Nancy discusses the question that is often heard by victims of any kind of sexual assault, "Why didn't you tell anyone?..." Nancy breaks down some of the factors of consideration of being a victim of sexual assault, why they may choose to not report it and especially when it is a child who is abused by a sibling. 🖥 To connect with #…
 
What does a conversation between siblings about Sibling Sexual Abuse actually sound like? On this episode we have the very rare opportunity to listen in on a phone conversation between two sisters and a brother. Margaret recalls incidents from her youth where her older brother Richard assaulted her. This is the first time the siblings have come tog…
 
Welcome to SiblingsToo, the podcast about Sibling Sexual Abuse, the hidden taboo, hidden in society and in families. Your Host is Nancy Morris, a psychology researcher and sibling sexual abuse survivor. SiblingsToo creates a voice for sibling sexual abuse and brings research and information to surivors and their families. 🖥 To connect with #Sibling…
 
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