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"Actively seeking knowledge and outcomes to the abuse of children by the religious"
"Helping to build a better world simply because we are evolving, developing and maturing humans."
"How can anyone believe in a God whose servants abuse children and whose hierarchy protects the abuser?"

Trauma in Religion in Action Robin Henderson Senate Inquiry Original
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Trauma Definition

trau–ma ('tra? m?, 'tr?-)
n., pl. -mas, -ma–ta (-m? t?)
a. a body wound or shock produced by physical injury, as from an accident.
b. the condition produced by this.
2. Psychiatry. psychological shock or severe distress from experiencing a disastrous event outside the range of usual experience, as rape or military combat.
3. any wrenching or distressing experience, esp. one causing a disturbance in normal functioning.
[1685-95; < Greek traûma wound]
trau–mat–ic (tr?'mæt ?k, tr?-, tra?-) adj.
trau–mat'i–cal–ly, adv.

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