Posted in Affects of Sexual Abuse: LIES, Return to your true created essence, Spiritual Warfare, Thoughtful Living

Lost but now I can be found

Abused or neglected in our developmental years leaves us confused. Our God given compass does not function appropriately. We are loyal to the abuser and mistrust others that may come into our lives to show us a better way. We may believe everyone lives as we have and that this is as good as it gets. Curiosity for freedom does not exist or is held within. Sometimes we know something is wrong but believe we deserve the way we have been treated because we are somehow defective.

Under the heavy hand of an abuser, we have spent more time watching them diligently; their moods, needs and wants and little time or regard for our own internal needs. Using them as our compass, many become an empty shell of our original selves without knowing it.

Finding blogs from other survivors or listening to podcasts can be the beginning of recalibrating your inner compass. Finding where you are and where you might want to go. What has been helpful in your life in waking you to new possibilities?


Lady Jayne's Reckonings is not just a path away from the effects of sexual abuse, PTSD, and addictions, but to discover the underlying Lies of Spiritual Bondage. This led to Spiritual Wealth and Emotional Freedom.

3 thoughts on “Lost but now I can be found

  1. This is an insightful post that highlights the struggle of those who have been abused or neglected. It is true that many of us become so loyal to our abusers that we mistrust anyone else who tries to take us on a better path. My question is, what other strategies can be used to recalibrate one’s internal compass apart from finding a writing such as this or hearing a podcast?

    1. Hello, thank you for reaching out. My apologizes for not replying sooner. still working on my manuscript and I get into the zone! I appreciate your question. as I transition from the manuscript to more outreach through social media, I will be offering the dos and donts for recovering from trauma. I find your website on track also and keep up the good work. lets stay in touch.

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